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  • Page 2: Soil Biology Series Editor: Ajit Va
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  • Page 10: VI Preface Intheframeworkofagricult
  • Page 14: Contents Part I Introduction 1 What
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  • Page 30: Contents XVII 9 Detection of In Sit
  • Page 34: XX Contributors Cappellazzo, G. Ist
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  • Page 42: Part I Introduction
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    8 F. Buscot 2.4 Migration Processes

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    10 F. Buscot 3.2 Nitrogen and Phosp

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    12 F. Buscot life in the soil, whic

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    14 F. Buscot the indigenous soil bi

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    16 F. Buscot to understand the comp

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    2 Microbial Diversity in Soils Bhoo

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    Microbial Diversity in Soils 21 Ear

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    Microbial Diversity in Soils 23 PRO

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    Microbial Diversity in Soils 25 Tab

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    Microbial Diversity in Soils 27 Dip

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    Microbial Diversity in Soils 29 soi

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    Microbial Diversity in Soils 31 the

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    Microbial Diversity in Soils 33 man

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    Microbial Diversity in Soils 35 ing

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    Microbial Diversity in Soils 37 Bul

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    Microbial Diversity in Soils 39 cyc

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    Microbial Diversity in Soils 41 5.3

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    Microbial Diversity in Soils 43 sti

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    Microbial Diversity in Soils 51 Eva

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    Microbial Diversity in Soils 53 Meh

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    Microbial Diversity in Soils 55 Var

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    3 Role of Microorganisms in Wear Do

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    Role of Microorganisms in Wear Down

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    Role of Microorganisms in Wear Down

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    Role of Microorganisms in Wear Down

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    Role of Microorganisms in Wear Down

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    Role of Microorganisms in Wear Down

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    Role of Microorganisms in Wear Down

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    Role of Microorganisms in Wear Down

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    Role of Microorganisms in Wear Down

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    Role of Microorganisms in Wear Down

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    Role of Microorganisms in Wear Down

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    Role of Microorganisms in Wear Down

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    Role of Microorganisms in Wear Down

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    4 Humification and Mineralization i

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    Humification and Mineralization in

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    Humification and Mineralization in

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    Humification and Mineralization in

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    Humification and Mineralization in

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    Humification and Mineralization in

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    Humification and Mineralization in

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    Humification and Mineralization in

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    Humification and Mineralization in

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    Humification and Mineralization in

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    Humification and Mineralization in

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    5 Importance of Microorganisms for

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    Importance of Microorganisms for So

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    Importance of Microorganisms for So

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    Importance of Microorganisms for So

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    Importance of Microorganisms for So

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    Importance of Microorganisms for So

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    Importance of Microorganisms for So

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    6 Microbial Energetics in Soils Oli

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    Microbial Energetics in Soils 129 F

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    Microbial Energetics in Soils 135 F

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    7 Role of Microorganisms in Carbon

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    Role of Microorganisms in Carbon Cy

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    Role of Microorganisms in Carbon Cy

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    Role of Microorganisms in Carbon Cy

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    Role of Microorganisms in Carbon Cy

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    Role of Microorganisms in Carbon Cy

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    Role of Microorganisms in Carbon Cy

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    160 L. Philippot and J.C. Germon 2

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    162 L. Philippot and J.C. Germon Fi

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    164 L. Philippot and J.C. Germon of

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    166 L. Philippot and J.C. Germon in

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    168 L. Philippot and J.C. Germon lo

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    170 L. Philippot and J.C. Germon In

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    176 L. Philippot and J.C. Germon Vi

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    178 A. Deubel and W. Merbach Table

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    180 A. Deubel and W. Merbach Table

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    182 A. Deubel and W. Merbach Fig. 1

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    184 A. Deubel and W. Merbach compar

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    186 A. Deubel and W. Merbach Fig. 2

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    188 A. Deubel and W. Merbach Refere

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    190 A. Deubel and W. Merbach E (200

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    Part IV Biotic Interactions Involvi

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    196 J.M. Barea, R. Azcón and C. Az

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    198 J.M. Barea, R. Azcón and C. Az

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    200 J.M. Barea, R. Azcón and C. Az

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    202 J.M. Barea, R. Azcón and C. Az

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    204 J.M. Barea, R. Azcón and C. Az

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    206 J.M. Barea, R. Azcón and C. Az

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    208 J.M. Barea, R. Azcón and C. Az

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    210 J.M. Barea, R. Azcón and C. Az

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    212 J.M. Barea, R. Azcón and C. Az

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    214 B. Giri et al. tant source of c

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    216 B. Giri et al. Fig. 2. Events i

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    218 B. Giri et al. perhaps 345 m.y.

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    220 B. Giri et al. Microbes also co

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    222 B. Giri et al. from the roots.

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    224 B. Giri et al. association by F

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    226 B. Giri et al. mation of a shea

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    228 B. Giri et al. because of their

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    230 B. Giri et al. in some of the m

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    232 B. Giri et al. Table 5. Plants

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    234 B. Giri et al. 9.4 Arbuscular M

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    236 B. Giri et al. Table 6. Synergi

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    238 B. Giri et al. parasitized by o

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    240 B. Giri et al. systems, particu

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    242 B. Giri et al. 11.6 Interaction

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    244 B. Giri et al. Table 9. Influen

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    246 B. Giri et al. cause of their h

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    248 B. Giri et al. endophyte develo

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    250 B. Giri et al. Koide R (1993) P

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    252 B. Giri et al. Subramanian S, C

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    254 S. Scheu, L. Ruess and M. Bonko

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    256 S. Scheu, L. Ruess and M. Bonko

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    258 S. Scheu, L. Ruess and M. Bonko

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    260 S. Scheu, L. Ruess and M. Bonko

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    262 S. Scheu, L. Ruess and M. Bonko

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    264 S. Scheu, L. Ruess and M. Bonko

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    266 S. Scheu, L. Ruess and M. Bonko

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    268 S. Scheu, L. Ruess and M. Bonko

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    270 S. Scheu, L. Ruess and M. Bonko

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    272 S. Scheu, L. Ruess and M. Bonko

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    274 S. Scheu, L. Ruess and M. Bonko

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    Part V Function of Microbes in Spec

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    280 V. Bianciotto et al. plant (Coo

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    282 V. Bianciotto et al. which prod

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    284 V. Bianciotto et al. Fig. 1. Co

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    286 V. Bianciotto et al. trophic fu

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    288 V. Bianciotto et al. Curl EA, T

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    290 V. Bianciotto et al. Vierheilig

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    292 P. Lavelle et al. Fig. 1. A hie

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    294 P. Lavelle et al. tohundredsofm

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    296 P. Lavelle et al. tissue cultur

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    298 P. Lavelle et al. ties were mor

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    300 P. Lavelle et al. Fig. 4. Compa

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    302 P. Lavelle et al. This has majo

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    304 P. Lavelle et al. LavelleP,Spai

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    15 1 Introduction Microorganisms of

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    Microorganisms of Biological Crusts

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    Microorganisms of Biological Crusts

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    Microorganisms of Biological Crusts

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    Microorganisms of Biological Crusts

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    Microorganisms of Biological Crusts

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    Microorganisms of Biological Crusts

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    Microorganisms of Biological Crusts

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    Microorganisms of Biological Crusts

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    326 G.M. Gadd cases, microbial acti

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    328 G.M. Gadd and CrO2− 4 , can s

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    330 G.M. Gadd resulted in an increa

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    332 G.M. Gadd 4 Metal Resistance an

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    334 G.M. Gadd cells to accumulate Z

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    336 G.M. Gadd 1991; Bosecker 1997).

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    338 G.M. Gadd Dighton and Terry 199

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    340 G.M. Gadd are the most importan

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    342 G.M. Gadd 8 Mycorrhizas Plant s

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    344 G.M. Gadd tant removal from soi

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    346 G.M. Gadd Aoyama M, Nagumo T (1

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    348 G.M. Gadd munities exposed to e

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    350 G.M. Gadd Hetrick BAD, Wilson G

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    352 G.M. Gadd Markkola AM, Ahonen-J

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    354 G.M. Gadd Lett 152:293-298 Raus

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    356 G.M. Gadd Wainwright M, Gadd GM

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    17 1 Introduction Marker Genes in S

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    Marker Genes in Soil Microbiology 3

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    Marker Genes in Soil Microbiology 3

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    18 1 Introduction Assessing Functio

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    Assessing Functions of Soil Microbe

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    Assessing Functions of Soil Microbe

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    Subject Index Abiotic condensation

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    Subject Index 405 Biodegradative pa

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    Subject Index 407 Cyanobacteria 21,

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    Subject Index 409 Fungivorous mesof

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    Subject Index 411 Isotopes equilibr

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    Subject Index 413 Mucilage 182, 214

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    Subject Index 415 Phospholipids 183

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    Subject Index 417 Rhodopseudomonas

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    Subject Index 419 Toxicity 326 Toxo

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