Microbial respiratory quotient during basal metabolism and after glucose amendment in soils and litter

@inproceedings{DillyMicrobialRQ,
  title={Microbial respiratory quotient during basal metabolism and after glucose amendment in soils and litter},
  author={Oliver M. Dilly}
}
The microbial respiratory quotient (RQ), de®ned as the ratio of mol CO2 evolution per mol O2 uptake, was estimated in soils in northern and southern Germany under different land use with and without glucose addition in order to: (i) test the degree of corresponding data of the two procedures, and (ii) evaluate discrepancies with reference to the current eco-physiology of the soil microbiota. The RQ was frequently ,1 during basal metabolism when no substrate was added. This indicates relatively… CONTINUE READING
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