Oxidation of pipecolic acid in soils and in rhizosphere soil of different plants

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Soil respiration was proportional to its total carbon content. Maximum respiratory activity occurred in garden soil, followed in descending order by chernozem soil, brown soil, and sand. The oxidation of pipecolic acid, as studied by the Warburg manometric technique, in different rhizosphere soils from four crops 7, 13 and 20 days after planting as well as… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF02869392

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@article{Guirguis1969OxidationOP, title={Oxidation of pipecolic acid in soils and in rhizosphere soil of different plants}, author={Marianne Guirguis and Vlastimil Van{\vc}ura and Filip Kun{\vc}}, journal={Folia Microbiologica}, year={1969}, volume={14}, pages={13-22} }