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Influence of temperature on the kinetics of rice straw decomposition in soils



Influence of temperature on the kinetics of rice straw decomposition in soils



Soil Science 120(6): 442-449



The influence of 7.2 deg , 22 deg , and 37 deg C temperature levels on the extent and rates of rice straw decomposition and loss of soil organic matter was investigated in two soils at 60 percent WHC, using tracer techniques. About a third of straw-C was lost at 7.2 deg C within a 4-month incubation period. At all temperature levels, the percentage of straw-C loss after 6 days followed the path of power functions.

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DOI: 10.1097/00010694-197512000-00006



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