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Faculty Publications, Working Papers

RMU Research #: 16319
Title: Bacterial and Fungal Presence in Fabricated Soils
Author/PI: Maria V Kalevitch;   Kefeli, Valentine I.
Date(s): 06/05/0005 - 06/09/0005
Category: Biology
Type: Conference Paper
Description: Fabricated soil (FS) is a natural mixture of decaying substrates that is usually used for landscape rehabilitation. The main goal of this study was to examine the effects of bacterial and fungal activity on soil health for the past few years considering the mineral content of the soil, presence and effects of plant population and microbial activity in general. Understanding of these interrelations between soil, microbiota and plants are essential in finding the solution for soil remediation.
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