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    Author(s): Grizelle Gonzalez
    Date: 2014
    Source: Pages 201-206 in Joglar, R.L.; Santos Flores, C. J.; Torres Perez, J.L. Biodiversidad de Puerto Rico: Invertebrados. Serie de Historia Natural. San Juan, PR: Proyecto Coqui.
    Publication Series: Book Chapter
    Station: International Institute of Tropical Forestry
    PDF: View PDF  (5.09 MB)

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    De los organismos de suelo, las lombrices de tierra son las mas conocidas y a menudo son consideradas las mas importantes por su influencia en el funcionamiento de ecosistemas de suelo (Hendriz y Bohlen, 2002). Tienen un efecto significativo en la estructura del suelo, el ciclo de nutrimentos y ls productividad de las cosechas. En terminos de biomasa, generalmente dominan la cadena alimentaria del suelo (Lavelle et al., 1999; Gonzalez y Seastedt, 2001; Gonzalez, 2002; Liu y Zou, 2002).

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    Citation

    Gonzalez, G. 2015. Ecologia de las lombrices de tierra. Pages 201-206 in Joglar, R.L.; Santos Flores, C. J.; Torres Perez, J.L. Biodiversidad de Puerto Rico: Invertebrados. Serie de Historia Natural. San Juan, PR: Proyecto Coqui.

    Keywords

    ecology, earthworms

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