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Symbiotic association of the N 2 -fixing actinomycete Frankia with the roots of more than 200 tree species from 24 genera of 8 families of angiosperms has been studied since 1829. The first successful isolation of the microsymbiont and reinfection in the host plant was achieved in 1978. Marked...
Soil salinity and sodicity is often related to the presence of shallow groundwater. We evaluated the importance of factors that affect soil salinity and sodicity in one typical salt-affected area, the Carpathian Basin. Five hydrogeological maps were used to demonstrate the occurrence of...
Decomposition is a critical process that links the above- and below-ground portions of the nutrient cycle. A study was initiated in North Dakota, USA, to evaluate the decomposition rate between three genetically improved grass species monocultures, Agropyron desertorum, Bromus inermis, and...
An investigation was undertaken to test the hypothesis that amending peat to increase its P buffer capacity and optimizing the P concentration of the amended medium for mycorrhizal activity will enhance its usefulness for raising mycorrhizal seedlings of tree species. The approaches entailed...
The objective of the study was to examine relationships between steady infiltration rates and hydraulic conductivity obtained with drip infiltrometer and disc permeameter on moderately to strongly sloping land. The disc permeameter is generally used for measurements on horizontal or slightly...
Surfactants can play an important role in controlling metal mobility when added to the soils. Proper selection of type and concentration of surfactant is crucial. The influence of cationic (cetyltrimethylammonium bromide, CTAB) and anionic (sodium dodecyl sulfate, SDS) surfactants on Cd sorption...
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