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Exploring soil microbial 16S rRNA sequence data to increase carbon yield and nitrogen efficiency of a bioenergy crop. / Pitombo, Leonardo; do Carmo, J.B.; De Hollander, Mattias; Rosetto, R.; Lopez, M.V.; Cantarella, H.; Kuramae, Eiko E.

In: Global Change Biology Bioenergy, Vol. 8, No. 5, 2016, p. 867-879.

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Pitombo, Leonardo ; do Carmo, J.B. ; De Hollander, Mattias ; Rosetto, R. ; Lopez, M.V. ; Cantarella, H. ; Kuramae, Eiko E. / Exploring soil microbial 16S rRNA sequence data to increase carbon yield and nitrogen efficiency of a bioenergy crop. In: Global Change Biology Bioenergy. 2016 ; Vol. 8, No. 5. pp. 867-879.

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