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Keywords: Nitrifying and ammonifying capacity; Microorganisms; Mineral nitrogen; Soil temperature; Soil moisture; Soil density
Ammonifying and nitrifying capacity is the important soil parameter that determines nitrogen status and conditions of plants' nitrogenous nutrition.
This article presents the results of research of temperature, moisture, and density influence on nitrifying and ammonifying capacity of sod-podzol soil in the east of nonchernozem zone.
The main aim of this study is to determine the factors of physical properties of sod-podzol soil that are optimal for nitrifying and ammonifying processes.
Nitrifying and ammonifying capacity of soil was estimated after two-week composting [2,7,8].
The study of temperature influence on nitrifying and ammonifying capacity of soil has shown that at temperatures below zero (-10...
Change of physical properties factors of sod-podzol soil influenced the developing nitrifying and ammonifying bacteria, nitrifying and ammonifying capacity, and mineral nitrogen content.
Moistening conditions optimal for developing nitrifying and ammonifying bacteria were formed at a soil moisture of 20-25% (60-75% WFC).
The number of ammonifying bacteria was significantly greater than that of the control, increasing by 96.48% compared to the control (Fig.
The number of ammonifying bacteria and kalium- solubilizing bacteria in sterilized soil was significantly decreased by 56.93 and 25.56%, respectively compared with those in non-sterilized soil of continuous A.
At the end of one-week incubation, there was decrease in number of ammonifying bacteria at mancozeb concentration above 10 ppm.
The significant decrease in the population of ammonifying bacteria is in agreement with the earlier results [17] which observed decrease in aerobic nitrogen cycle population which adversely affected nitrogen mineralization.
The studied soils has widespread ammonifying bacteria assimilating organic (accounting for the MPA) and mineral (on SAA) forms of nitrogen.
Gaertn.) roots on distribution of proteolytic, ammonifying, and nitrifying bacteria in soil // Geomicrobiology J.