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Role of lithogenic basis in soil carbon cycling: laboratory modeling

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The dynamics of maize plant residues transformation in sand and loam substrates was studied in laboratory conditions. It was shown that dynamics of the plant residues humification determine by the laws of wave development of the microbial community at constant temperature and humidity. The stabilization of the humic substances carbon in duration of this experiment was reduced, but the ratio of the HA/FA was increased. The intensity of the process and the final results depend on the composition and properties of the mineral substrate.

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mineralization; dynamics of humification; plant residues; mineral substrate; humic substances.

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631.41

Pages

986-989

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2012-09-03

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Biogeochemistry: yesterday, today, tomorrow

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