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Title: Bacterial and Streptomyces flora of some Jordan valley soils
Issue Date: 31-Dec-1996
Publisher: University of Udine, Mycology Department
Citation: Actinomycetes (ISSN: 0732-0574) Vol 7 Num 3
Abstract: Actinomycetes, 1996, Vol.4, Part 1. pp.95-99 Bacterial and Streptomyces flora of some Jordan valley soils I. SAADOUN and F. AL-MOMANI Code Number:AC96014 Sizes of Files: Text: 16.9K Graphics: No associated graphics files ABSTRACT. A microbial survey carried out in seven fields of three grapevine nurseries in the Jordan Valley showed significant differences in the viable count of total bacteria between the fields within the same nursery and between fields of different nurseries. Average Streptomyces counts however were not significantly different. Viable counts for both total bacteria and streptomycetes were mostly higher in spring and lower in autumn. No significant correlation (P{ 0.05) was observed between viable bacterial and Streptomyces counts and environmental conditions (temperature, pH, soil moisture, total nitrogen content, phosphorus, potassium and soil texture). Plant type, plant exudate, plant age and microbial interaction may have accounted for the observed fluctuations. Copyright 1996 C.E.T.A., The International Centre for Theoretical and Applied Ecology, Gorizia
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/22671
Other Identifiers: http://www.bioline.org.br/abstract?id=ac96014
Rights: Copyright 1996 University of Udine, Mycology Department
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