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Effect of environmental factors on methane-oxidizing activity in paddy soil

Effect of environmental factors on methane-oxidizing activity in paddy soil

Acta Pedologica Sinica 39(5): 686-692

The effects of environmental factors on oxidation activity of added methane in Huangsong paddy soil developed from fluvo-aquic matrix were studied. The results indicated that there existed two methane-oxidizing systems found in soil, an aerobic methane-oxidizing system (AMOS) and an anaerobic methane-oxidizing system (AAMOS). The maximal activity of methane oxidation of AMOS was higher than that of AAMOS.

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