Microbial reduction of Fe(III) and turnover of acetate in Hawaiian soils.

Abstract

Soils contain anoxic microzones, and acetate is an intermediate during the turnover of soil organic carbon. Due to negligible methanogenic activities in well-drained soils, acetate accumulates under experimentally imposed short-term anoxic conditions. In contrast to forest, agricultural, and prairie soils, grassland soils from Hawaii rapidly consumed rather… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1574-6941.2002.tb00938.x

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@article{Ksel2002MicrobialRO, title={Microbial reduction of Fe(III) and turnover of acetate in Hawaiian soils.}, author={Kirsten K{\"u}sel and Christine Wagner and Tanja Trinkwalter and Anita S G{\"o}ssner and Rupert B{\"a}umler and Harold L. Drake}, journal={FEMS microbiology ecology}, year={2002}, volume={40 1}, pages={73-81} }