A Catalyst article about the organisms which live in soil. Many, such as worms and mycorrhizal fungi, are vital for keeping soil healthy and productive. An adventurous biologist could once bank on finding new species by simply travelling to some part of the world little known to science. Darwin’s famous voyage round the world produced many species new to science, many of which bear the scientific name Somethingorother darwinii.The article explains how there is much still to be discovered beneath our feet.
This article is from Catalyst: GCSE Science Review 2010, Volume 21, Issue 2.
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