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Potential denitrification: concept and conditions of its measurement


, : Potential denitrification: concept and conditions of its measurement. Discovery and Innovation 14(1/2): 84-91

Denitrification plays important roles in nitrogen cycling and management affecting both the environment and agricultural systems. Potential denitrification has a role in comparison of denitrification magnitudes in different soils. This paper discusses the concept of potential denitrification in relation to denitrification rate and conditions under which it is determined.

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DOI: 10.1081/CSS-120024776


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