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Environmental Pollution, ISSN 0269-7491, 11/2019, Volume 254, Issue Pt B, p. 113064
Mercury pollution is currently a major public health concern, given the adverse effects of mercury on wildlife and humans. Soil plays an essential role in... 
Soil-feeding termites | Soil mercury | Mercury methylation | Syntermitinae | Bio-concentration
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PLoS ONE, ISSN 1932-6203, 12/2015, Volume 10, Issue 12, p. e0144340
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Folia Microbiologica, ISSN 0015-5632, 09/2015, Volume 60, Issue 5, p. 425
Xylophagous termites rely on nitrogen deficient foodstuff with a low C/N ratio. Most research work has focused on nitrogen fixation in termites highlighting... 
Nitrification | Termites | Denitrification | Chemical properties
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Folia Microbiologica, ISSN 0015-5632, 09/2015, Volume 60, Issue 5, pp. 425 - 433
Xylophagous termites rely on nitrogen deficient foodstuff with a low C/N ratio. Most research work has focused on nitrogen fixation in termites highlighting... 
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Soil Biology and Biochemistry, ISSN 0038-0717, 08/2014, Volume 75, p. 37
Soil biological processes that produce greenhouse gases, such as N.sub.2O, are more intense in tropical soils because of the warm and humid climate; however,... 
Ammonia | Soils | Beetles | RNA | Analysis | Air pollution | Greenhouse gases | Atmospheric carbon dioxide
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Soil Biology and Biochemistry, ISSN 0038-0717, 08/2014, Volume 75, pp. 37 - 44
Soil biological processes that produce greenhouse gases, such as N sub(2)O, are more intense in tropical soils because of the warm and humid climate; however,... 
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Applied Soil Ecology, ISSN 0929-1393, 11/2015, Volume 96, pp. 151 - 158
Earthworms are known to stimulate soil microorganisms and to enhance phytoextraction of metals. This study was designed to test the hypothesis that the... 
Earthworm | Fungal community | Microbial activity | Lantana camara | Heavy metals | Phytoextraction | ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI | HEAVY-METAL CONTAMINATION | LUMBRICUS-TERRESTRIS | THLASPI-CAERULESCENS | BIOAVAILABILITY | POLLUTED SOILS | SOIL SCIENCE | PHYTOREMEDIATION | DIVERSITY | ACCUMULATION | APORRECTODEA-CALIGINOSA
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Soil Biology and Biochemistry, ISSN 0038-0717, 08/2014, Volume 75, pp. 37 - 44
Soil biological processes that produce greenhouse gases, such as N O, are more intense in tropical soils because of the warm and humid climate; however, the... 
Gut microbiota | Tropical soils | Denitrification | Functional nitrogen genes | Mineral nitrogen | N2O emissions | NITRATE REDUCTION | DENITRIFYING BACTERIA | PACHNODA-EPHIPPIATA COLEOPTERA | IN-VIVO EMISSION | SOIL SCIENCE | COMMUNITY STRUCTURE | EARTHWORM GUT | TERMITES | NITROUS-OXIDE N2O | HUMUS-FEEDING LARVA
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