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Bacteria skeletons soil component

 
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A lot more important, and widespread than previously thought

http://phys.org/print274704342.html
 
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Morgan, I often appreciate the links you post. This one is particularly interesting. Makes me rethink the importance of the parts of biodynamics that are about soil bacteria.
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Brady and Weil--traditional soil science text--states that plant roots are so encrusted with bacteria, that no soil-plant interaction likely occurs without some bacterial mediation. And that we have no idea what this means.
 
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