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Pedogenic, mineralogical and land-use controls on organic carbon stabilization in two contrasting soils
(Agricultural Institute of Canada, 2010) Artículo / Artikulua,
Organo-mineral complexation in soils is strongly controlled by pedogenesis, but the mechanisms controlling it and its interaction with cultivation are not yet well understood. We compared the mineralogy and quality of ...
Long-term mannitol-induced osmotic stress leads to stomatal closure, carbohydrate accumulation and changes in leaf elasticity in Phaselous vulgaris leaves
(Academic Journals, 2010) Artículo / Artikulua,
The effect of long-term osmotic stress was investigated in leaves of two common bean lines, with contrasting tolerance: Flamingo (tolerant) and coco blanc (sensitive). Water relations, organic solute, ion accumulation ...
Casting activity of scherotheca gigas in no-till Mediterranean soils: role in organic matter incorporation and influence of aridity
(Hindawi / Wiley, 2010) info:eu-repo/semantics/article,
The behaviour of earthworms, their role in organic matter incorporation into the soil, and the influence of aridity in such processes in arid and semiarid regions have scarcely been studied. In this study, physico-chemical ...