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Contents Contributors Preface Part I Background Chapter 1: Soil Microbiology and Biochemistry in Perspective Chapter 2: The Soil Habitat Part II: Soil Biota Chapter 3: Microscopic and Physiological Methods for Studying the Soil Biota and Their Function Chapter 4: Molecular Methods for Studying Soil Ecology Chapter 5: The Prokaryotes Chapter 6: Fungi and Eukaryotic Algae Chapter 7: Fauna: The Engine for Microbial Activity and Transport Part III: Concepts and Interactions Chapter 8: The Ecology of Soil Organisms Chapter 9: The Physiology and Biochemistry of Soil Organisms Chapter 10: The Ecology of Plant-Microbial Mutualisms Chapter 11: Spatial Distribution of Soil Organisms Part IV: Biochemistry and Biogeochemistry Chapter 12: Carbon Cycling and Formation of Soil Organic Matter Chapter 13: Nitrogen Transforamtions Chapter 14: Biological N Inputs Chapter 15: Soil Biogeochemistry Cycling of Inorganic Nutrients and Metals Chapter 16: The Dynamics of Soil Organic Matter and Nutrient Cycling Part V: The Management of Soil Organisms Chapter 17: Management of Organisms and their Processes in Soils Chapter 18: Soil, Ecology, and Biochemistryfor the 21st Century
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