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Trend of biochemical processes in eroded soils


, : Trend of biochemical processes in eroded soils. Biologicheskii Zhurnal Armenii 33(3): 294-299

It was established that as a result of attenuation of erosion an increase of enzymatic activity occurs and a comparative accumulation of active nutrients takes place. Enzymatic activity shows the trend of biochemical processes in relation to the time of soil erosion.


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