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Increased plant growth, nutrient uptake, and soil enzymatic activities in a desertified Mediterranean soil amended with treated residues and inoculated with native mycorrhizal fungi and a plant growth-promoting yeast
- Medina, A., Vassilev, N., Alguacil, M.M., Roldan, A., Azcon, R.
- Soil science 2004 v.169 no.4 pp. 260-270
- arid lands, desertification, Dorycnium, plant growth, soil nutrients, phosphorus, nutrient uptake, rhizosphere, soil enzymes, beta-glucosidase, phosphoric monoester hydrolases, enzyme activity, Glomus, vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizae, mycorrhizal fungi, microbial colonization, yeasts, soil amendments, Beta vulgaris subsp. vulgaris, sugar beet, Olea europaea, olives, plant residues, agricultural wastes, soil aggregates, carbon sequestration, carbohydrates