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Applicability of the microbial inoculation method in the study on litter decomposition

Wenxing Zhou, Siran Zhang, Lijie Wang, Hongyan Hui, Xiaoxi Zhang

Published on: 22 August 2021

Page: 364 - 373

DOI: 10.6165/tai.2021.66.364

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2021 vol.66 no.3 pp.364-373

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