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convert (plant remains) into humus

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The colour of the fine-fraction groundmass was dark brown, due to a high proportion of humified organic matter.
As proposed by Tisdall and Oades (1982), aggregation at the micro-scale is promoted by disordered aluminosilicates in addition to oxides, humified organic matter and polyvalent metal cation complexes.
Parameters used for modelling of soil organic carbon dynamics in RothC RPM, Resistant plant matter; HUM, humified organic matter; IOM, inert organic matter; DM, dry matter Western South Parameter Units Australia Australia Climate Mean annual temperature [degrees]C 16.
The present study indicated that cultivation decreased the humified C eontent and metals bound to the HA fraction, and that may potentially increase the mobility of heavy metals.
A higher humification rate (as indicated by HAC/FAC ratio) improves the degree of humified polymerisation fractions contributing to the stability of SOC (Valarini et al.
Distribution of the humified fractions and characteristics of the humic acids of an ultisol under cultivation of eucalyptus and sugar cane.
The use of composts as fertilizers has many advantages over the direct application of sewage sludge and livestock effluents to the soil, since composts are stabilized, have humified organic matter, are free from pathogenic organisms and provide nutrients, including P, to crops (Fuentes et al.
Pakistan: Khyber Pakhtankhaw, Abbotabad, Ayubia-Khanspur (34deg 4' 0" N, 73deg 24' 0" E), on the ground humified soil under Abies pindrow-Pinus wallichina thick vegetation, submitted to herbarium, Department of Botany, University of the Punjab, Lahore.
This difference is more noted for treatment with sandy soil S2 (Maiz Bachir), this is explained by a low content in humified organic matter in soils converts into humus thanks to living microorganisms called humificaters and by absence of loamy colloids.
Human cardiomyoblast cells (H9C2) were grown in DMEM medium, supplemented with 10% heat-inactivated bovine serum (Gibco) and lx penicillin-streptomycin (Gibco) at 37[degrees]C in a humified chamber with 5% C[O.
66 is greater than 5 indicating the good quality of fulvic acid, more humified, presence of more aliphatic and less aromatic fraction, low molecular weight and low degree of condensation [44, 46].
The mineralisation of fresh and humified soil organic matter by the soil microbial biomass.
Tan [29] admits that humate and fulvate play important role than organic acid that is less humified.