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A method for the quantitative measurement of anisotropic plasma in soil thin sections


, : A method for the quantitative measurement of anisotropic plasma in soil thin sections. Journal of Soil Science 32(3): 461-464

A photographic method is described to measure the total amount of anisotropic plasma visible in soil thin sections.

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DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2389.1981.tb01722.x


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