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Soil enzymes, nematode community and selected physico-chemical properties as soil quality indicators in organic and conventional olive oil farming: influence of seasonality and site features

TitleSoil enzymes, nematode community and selected physico-chemical properties as soil quality indicators in organic and conventional olive oil farming: influence of seasonality and site features
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2009
AuthorsGarc R, Ochoa V, Vi B, Hinojosa MB, Pe R, Li G, Linares JC, Carreira JA
JournalApplied Soil Ecology
Volume41
Pagination305 - 314
Date Published2009///
Keywords(e-c), Annrep-2009, Belen Hinojosa, EPI Review 2009, f/y 2008/09, not vg 2003, SI, xa Applied Soil Ecology 1.810 / 2049, xSubmitted - Aug 2008, xxPublished - Mar 2009, xxxPublished
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URLhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.apsoil.2008.12.004

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