Excerpt from Report of the Soil Chemist and Bacteriologist of the New Jersey Agricultural College Experiment Station, New Brunswick, N. J: For the Year 1909
A greater measure of success may be attained not by counting the bacteria themselves, but by determining the extent of ... chemical change produced by them under given conditions. We may thus measure the rate of oxidation of carbon in the soil, either by de termining the amount of carbon dioxide evolved, or the amount of oxygen absorbed; this method has not been used as extensively as it will be used in the future. It is safe to predict that it will furnish many important data and will help to explain facts that are now obscure.
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