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- Brandao-Junior, O., et al. Show all 10 Authors
- Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 2006 v.115 no.1-4 pp. 237-247
- agroecosystems; soil biological properties; soil microorganisms; soil quality; carbon; nitrogen; biogeochemical cycles; species diversity; land management; soil management; ribosomal DNA; genetic variation; understory; artificial regeneration; ammonification; Triticum aestivum; wheat; fallow; gel electrophoresis; vegetation; vegetation cover; Brazil
- ... Microbiological soil-quality indicators, especially related to C and N cycles, and microbial diversity may be useful tools to determine whether a particular environment responds to an imposed management or reclamation strategy. External influences such as forest clearance and soil management affect biological indicators making them useful to point out whether the land use strategy is sustainable. ...