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Invasion of the Brazilian campo rupestre by the exotic grass Melinis minutiflora is driven by the high soil N availability and changes in the N cycle.
P. C. D. Ribeiro
M. R. Scotti
The Science of the total environment
Corpus ID: 205119418
The Serra do Rola Moça State Park (PESRM) in Minas Gerais State, Brazil is a preserved site representative of the campo rupestre…
Variability in symbiotic effectiveness of N2 fixing bacteria in Mimosa scabrella
M. D. Costa
Marcos Roberto Dobler Stroschein
J. C. Santos
Corpus ID: 55439655
Bracatinga (Mimosa scabrella Benth.) is a leguminous tree native to southern Brazil with high economic potential as a source of…
Suppression of Bacterial Wilt and Fusarium Wilt by a Burkholderia nodosa Strain Isolated from Kalimantan Soils, Indonesia.
Y. A. Nion
Microbes and environments
Corpus ID: 3292325
A trial was conducted to suppress bacterial wilt of tomato (BWT) caused by Ralstonia solanacearum using biocontrol agents (BCAs…
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