Stable isotopes in plant nutrition, soil fertility and environmental studies: proceedings of an international symposium on the use of stable isotopes in plant nutrition, soil fertility and environmental studies

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International Atomic Energy Agency, 1991 - Science - 670 pages
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New methodologies and approaches in stable isotope analysis; Measurement of biological nitrogen fixation using 15N additions; The 15N natural abundance method for measurement of biological nitrogen fixation; Applications of 15N methods to measurement of biological nitrogen fixation; Stable isotopes in soil organic matter studies; Soil nitrogen transformations and losses; Nutrient uptake and use by the plant; Stable isotopes in studies of plant metabolism; 13C / 12C discrimination as a measure of water use efficiency; 13C in studies of plant carbon balance; Stable isotopes in water transport studies; Sulphur flows and transformations in ecosystems; Atmospheric change and aerial pollutants.

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Contents

Using NMR to characterize the development of soil organic matter
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Measuring natural abundance variations in sulphur isotopes by Dumas
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Comparison of ANCAMS and KjeldahlRittenberg techniques
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