Ranking the magnitude of crop and farming system effects on soil microbial biomass and genetic structure of bacterial communities.

@article{Hartmann2006RankingTM,
  title={Ranking the magnitude of crop and farming system effects on soil microbial biomass and genetic structure of bacterial communities.},
  author={Martin Hartmann and Andreas Fliessbach and Hans-Rudolf Oberholzer and Franco Widmer},
  journal={FEMS microbiology ecology},
  year={2006},
  volume={57 3},
  pages={
          378-88
        }
}
Biological soil characteristics such as microbial biomass, community structures, activities, and functions may provide important information on environmental and anthropogenic influences on agricultural soils. Diagnostic tools and detailed statistical approaches need to be developed for a reliable evaluation of these parameters, in order to allow classification and quantification of the magnitude of such effects. The DOK long-term agricultural field experiment was initiated in 1978 in… CONTINUE READING

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