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Degradation of citrate promotes copper co-precipitation within aluminium-(hydr)oxides in calcareous soils(Springer Verlag, 2017)In this study, we provide experimental evidences that in calcareous soils microbial degradation/decomposition of citrate can promote Al-(hydr)oxide precipitation concurrently decreasing copper (Cu) solubility by a ...
Soil Bacteria Can Promote Cu Co-precipitation in Aluminum Oxides thus Reducing Citrate Mobilizing Capacity in Calcareous Soils(ICOBTE, 2015)Soil is an extremely heterogeneous matrix where organic and inorganic phases coexist with a variety of living organisms. In particular, the rhizosphere is a very dynamic environment where plants and microorganisms compete ...
(Center for Soil Ecology, 2015)
Combined effect of organic acids and flavonoids on the mobilization of major and trace elements from soil(2015)Combinations of different molecules usually co-exuded by plant roots in soil can significantly affect the mobilization of mineral elements from soil. The flavonoids rutin and quercetin appeared to be highly efficient in ...