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Functions of microbial communities in soils; sustainable use of biotic resources
Thursday 20 October 2011

The aim of this course was to give insights and to discuss the new topics of the ecology (dynamics and functions) of microbial communities in soils under different use (forest, agricultural, native soils).

The lectures, seminars, practical works and discussion concerned the impact of different levels of development, anthropogenic impact and drought of soils and their sustainable use in relation to plant production and environmental functions of the soils. They concerned main microbial functions in relation to the different habitats and niches and also to human activities. New knowledge and major methodological progresses were presented in the fields of molecular and biochemical research (genomic, proteomic, signalling).

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Location Munich, Germany

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