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2008
Webster EA, Tilston EL, Chudek JA, Hopkins DW.  2008.  Decomposition in soil and chemical characteristics of pollen. European Journal of Soil Science. 59:551-558. Abstract
Zhang B, Hallett PD, Zhang G.  2008.  Increase in the fracture toughness and bond energy of clay by a root exudate. European Journal of Soil Science. 59:855-862. Abstract
Bishop HO, Grieve IC, Chudek JA, Hopkins DW.  2008.  Liming upland grassland: The effects on earthworm communities and the chemical characteristics of carbon in casts. European Journal of Soil Science. 59:526-531. Abstract
2007
Mickovski SB, Bengough AG, Bransby MF, Davies MCR, Hallett PD, Sonnenberg R.  2007.  Material stiffness, branching pattern, and soil water matric potential affect the pullout resistance of model root systems. European Journal of Soil Science. 58:1471-1481. Abstract
Gregory AS, Watts CW, Whalley WR, Kuan HL, Griffiths BS, Hallett PD, Whitmore AP.  2007.  Physical resilience of soil to field compaction and the interactions with plant growth and microbial community structure. European Journal of Soil Science. 58:1221-1232. Abstract
2006
George TS, Turner BL, Gregory PJ, Cade-Menun BJ, Richardson AE.  2006.  Depletion of organic phosphorus from Oxisols in relation to phosphatase activities in the rhizosphere. European Journal of Soil Science. 57:47-57. Abstract
Hopkins DW, Webster EA, Tilston EL, Halpin C.  2006.  Influence of available substrates on the decomposition in soil of plant materials with genetic modifications to lignin biosynthesis. European Journal of Soil Science. 57:495-503. Abstract
Gregory PJ.  2006.  Roots, rhizosphere and soil: the route to a better understanding of soil science? European Journal of Soil Science. 57:2-12. Abstract
2005
Norra S, Handley LL, Berner Z, St D.  2005.  13C and 15N natural abundances of urban soils and herbaceous vegetation in Karlsruhe, Germany. European Journal of Soil Science. 56:607-620. Abstract

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