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Organic phosphorus in the terrestrial environment: a perspective on the state of the art and future priorities

TitleOrganic phosphorus in the terrestrial environment: a perspective on the state of the art and future priorities
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2018
AuthorsGeorge TS, Giles CD, Menezes-Blackburn D, Condron LM, Gama-Rodrigues AC, Jaisi D, Lang F, Neal AL, Stutter MI, Almeida DS, Bol R, Cabugao KG, Celi L, Cotner JB, Feng G, Goll DS, Hallama M, Krueger J, Plassard C, Rosling A, Darch T, Fraser T, Giesler R, Richardson AE, Tamburini F, Shand CA, Lumsdon DG, Zhang H, Blackwell MSA, Wearing C, Mezeli MM, Almås ÅR, Audette Y, Bertrand I, Beyhaut E, Boitt G, Bradshaw N, Brearley CA, Bruulsema TW, Ciais P, Cozzolinom V, Cuevas PD, Mora ML, de Menezes AB, Dodd RJ, Dunfield K, Engl C, Frazão JJ, Garland G, González Jiménez JL, Graca J, Granger SJ, Harrison AF, Heuck C, Hou EQ, Johnes PJ, Kaiser K, Kjær HA, Klumpp E, Lamb AL, Macintosh KA, Mackay EB, McGrath J, McIntyre C, McLaren T, Mészáros E, Missong A, Mooshammer M, Negrón CP, Nelson LA, et.al
JournalPlant and Soil
Volume427
Pagination191-208

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