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Д. М. Дударева
Институт физико-химических и биологических проблем почвоведения
Институт физико-химических и биологических проблем почвоведения, Россия, 142290, Пущино, ул. Институтская, 2

А. К. Квиткина
Институт физико-химических и биологических проблем почвоведения
Институт физико-химических и биологических проблем почвоведения, Россия, 142290, Пущино, ул. Институтская, 2

И. А. Юсупов
Ботанический сад Уральского отделения РАН
Ботанический сад Уральского отделения РАН, Россия, 620144, Екатеринбург, ул. 8 Марта, 202а

И. В. Евдокимов
Институт физико-химических и биологических проблем почвоведения
Институт физико-химических и биологических проблем почвоведения, Россия, 142290, Пущино, ул. Институтская, 2

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Dudareva D.M., Kvitkina A.K., Yusupov I.A., Yevdokimov I.V. CHANGES IN C : N : Р RATIOS IN PLANT BIOMASS, SOIL AND SOIL MICROBIAL BIOMASS DUE TO THE WARMING AND DESSICATION EFFECT OF FLARING. Dokuchaev Soil Bulletin. 2018;(95):71-89. (In Russ.)

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