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I suggest replacing microflora with "interactions with other microorganisms".----Kate Scow
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== Bioavailability ==
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Definition of bioavailability is not quite right.  You can go to book and lecture notes, or other sites, and develop better definition.---Kate
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It seems your section on relevant microorganisms has disappeared. Please add it back and complete that part of the assignment. [[User:Irina.chakraborty|Irina C]] 02:42, 25 February 2008 (UTC)
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Another thing, make sure to note down the sources of your information on the page as you write. You can format and link them as proper references later, but don't add any information without a citation to the source.
 
Another thing, make sure to note down the sources of your information on the page as you write. You can format and link them as proper references later, but don't add any information without a citation to the source.
  
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[[User:Irina.chakraborty|Irina C]] 04:58, 28 January 2008 (UTC)
 
[[User:Irina.chakraborty|Irina C]] 04:58, 28 January 2008 (UTC)
 
I suggest replacing microflora with "interactions with other microorganisms".----Kate Scow
 
 
== Bioavailability ==
 
 
Definition of bioavailability is not quite right.  You can go to book and lecture notes, or other sites, and develop better definition.---Kate
 

Revision as of 02:42, 25 February 2008

I suggest replacing microflora with "interactions with other microorganisms".----Kate Scow

Bioavailability

Definition of bioavailability is not quite right. You can go to book and lecture notes, or other sites, and develop better definition.---Kate


It seems your section on relevant microorganisms has disappeared. Please add it back and complete that part of the assignment. Irina C 02:42, 25 February 2008 (UTC)


Another thing, make sure to note down the sources of your information on the page as you write. You can format and link them as proper references later, but don't add any information without a citation to the source.

To get subheadings, use various numbers of equal signs before and after the word (see template code).

To actually create numbered lists, use the pound sign '#'. Different numbers of pound signs will create different levels of numbered text (click on Edit tab of this page to see):

  1. Topic 1
    1. Subtopic 1a
    2. Subtopic 1b
  2. Topic 2
      1. etc
        1. etc
          1. etc

Irina C 18:48, 28 January 2008 (UTC)


Hi soil environment group. Please use section formats as in the template. You're the first group to start! great!!

Irina C 04:58, 28 January 2008 (UTC)