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Tibor Szili-KovácsHungarian Academy of Sciences Research Institute for Soil Science and Agricultural Chemistry H-1022 Budapest Herman O. út 15 Hungary

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Dana ElhottováBiology Center Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic Institute of Soil Biology Na Sádkách 7 370 05 České Budějovice Czech Republic

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  • Elhottová D. — Krištůfek V. — Frouz J. — Nováková A. — Chroňáková A.: 2006. Screening for microbial markers in Miocene sediment exposed during open-cast brown coal mining. Antonie van Leeuwenhoek International Journal of General and Molecular Microbiology 89, 459–463.

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    Šantrůčková H. , 'Soil development and properties of microbial biomass succession in reclaimed post mining sites near Sokolov (Czech Republic) and near Cottbus (Germany) ' (2005 ) 129 Geoderma : 73 -80 .

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  • Szili-Kovács T. — Máthé-Gáspár G. — Máthé P. — Anton A.: 2006. Microbial biomass and phosphomonoesterase activity of the willow ( Salix sp. ) rhizosphere in a heavy metal polluted soil. Agrokémia és Talajtan 55, 241–250.

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    Biró I. , 'Response of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi infectiveness to soil nitrogen supply ' (2006 ) 34 Cereal Research Communications : 319 -322 .

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  • Várallyay GY.: 2006. Soil degradation processes and extreme soil moisture regime as environmental problems in the Carpathian basin. Agrokémia és Talajtan 55, 9–18.

    Várallyay G.Y. , 'Soil degradation processes and extreme soil moisture regime as environmental problems in the Carpathian basin ' (2006 ) 55 Agrokémia és Talajtan : 9 -18 .

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Cereal Research Communications
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ISSN 0133-3720 (Print)
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