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Direct and indirect effects of millipedes on the decay of litter of varying lignin contentAuthor(s): Grizelle Gonzalez; Christina M. Murphy; Juliana Belén
Source: Sudarshana, P.; Nageswara-Rao, M.; and Soneji, J.R., eds. Tropical Forests. Intech (online publisher).
Publication Series: Book Chapter
Station: International Institute of Tropical Forestry
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Related Research Highlights The Role of Millipedes in Tropical Ecosystems
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CitationGonzalez, Grizelle; Murphy, Christina M.; Belén, Juliana. 2012. Direct and indirect effects of millipedes on the decay of litter of varying lignin content. Pages 37-50 in: Sudarshana, P.; Nageswara-Rao, M.; and Soneji, J.R., eds. Tropical Forests. Intech (online publisher). pages 37-50. Published online at: http://www.intechopen.com/books/tropical-forests
KeywordsMillipedes, decay, lignin, Puerto Rico, microcosms, tabonuco
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