Microbial population structures in soil particle size fractions of a long-term fertilizer field experiment.

@article{Sessitsch2001MicrobialPS,
  title={Microbial population structures in soil particle size fractions of a long-term fertilizer field experiment.},
  author={Angela Sessitsch and Alexandra Weilharter and Martin H. Gerzabek and Holger Kirchmann and Ellen Kandeler},
  journal={Applied and environmental microbiology},
  year={2001},
  volume={67 9},
  pages={4215-24}
}
Soil structure depends on the association between mineral soil particles (sand, silt, and clay) and organic matter, in which aggregates of different size and stability are formed. Although the chemistry of organic materials, total microbial biomass, and different enzyme activities in different soil particle size fractions have been well studied, little information is available on the structure of microbial populations in microhabitats. In this study, topsoil samples of different fertilizer… CONTINUE READING
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