1st First Author Article: Key microbial taxa in the rhizosphere of sorghum and sunflower grown in crop rotation

This is my 1st first author article, which is part of my PhD requirement (other than submitting a thesis which is already with the examiners)

– One step closer to graduation !

 

Graphical abstract, Key microbial taxa in the rhizosphere of sorghum and sunflower grown in crop rotation, Microbial Networks, Soil, Field Conditions, Composition, Diversity

 

Tanzelle Oberholster, Surendra Vikram, Don Cowan, Angel Valverde. 2018.  Key microbial taxa in the rhizosphere of sorghum and sunflower grown in crop rotation. Science of The Total Environment 624: 530-539. [Available Online: 19 Dec 2017].

Key microbial taxa in the rhizosphere of sorghum and sunflower grown in crop rotation
Available Online for Everybody until 7 Feb 2018!

 

Directly from Science of The Total Environment journal:

As co-author of the article Key microbial taxa in the rhizosphere of sorghum and sunflower grown in crop rotation, we are pleased to let you know that the final version – containing full bibliographic details – is now available online.

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