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…………..……Chloroform acts as a membrane disruptor on bacterial cells. There are very few reports on chloroform resistant bacteria……………. ………….
…………..Correlation between the antioxidant activity and phenolic content has been shown in selected Iranian medicinal plants……………………
Atiyeh, R.M., Dominduez, J. and Edwards, C.A. 2000.Changes in biochemical properties of cow manure during processing by earthworms (Eisenia Andrei) and the effects on seedling growth. Pedobiologia.44:709-724.
Kale, R.D. 2004. The use of earthworms; Nature's gift for utilization of organic wastes in Asia. In : Earthworm Ecology, Second edition. Ed (C.A. Edwards) Publ; CRC press, Washington D.C , 381-399.
Lindsey Norgrove, Csaba Csuzdi and Stefan Hauser. 2007. Effects of Cropping and Tree Density on Earthworm Species Diversity in Southern Cameroon. http://www.wormdigest.org/content/view/474/2/
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