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Genetic and Functional Diversities of Microbial Communities in Amazonian Soils Under Different Land Uses and Cultivation

By Karina Cenciani, Andre Mancebo Mazzetto, Daniel Renato Lammel, Felipe Jose Fracetto, Giselle Gomes Monteiro Fracetto, Leidivan Frazao, Carlos Cerri and Brigitte Feigl

Submitted: October 13th 2010Reviewed: April 11th 2011Published: September 9th 2011

DOI: 10.5772/16598

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Karina Cenciani, Andre Mancebo Mazzetto, Daniel Renato Lammel, Felipe Jose Fracetto, Giselle Gomes Monteiro Fracetto, Leidivan Frazao, Carlos Cerri and Brigitte Feigl (September 9th 2011). Genetic and Functional Diversities of Microbial Communities in Amazonian Soils Under Different Land Uses and Cultivation, Biomass Darko Matovic, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/16598. Available from:

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