Nitrogen Fixation by Natural Populations of Acacia Senegal in the Drylands of Kenya Using 15 N Natural Abundance
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Eunice W. Githae , Charles K. K. Gachene , Jesse T. Njoka & Stephen F. Omondi(2013): NitrogNatural Populations of Acacia Senegal in the Drylands of Kenya Using 15NNatural Abundance, Arid Land Research and Management, 27:4, 327-336