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Estimation of fungal and bacterial contributions to microbial biomass in forest soils



Estimation of fungal and bacterial contributions to microbial biomass in forest soils



Lesne Prace Badawcze (4): 7-18



The total microbial biomass and fungal to bacterial ratios in soils were estimated in monoculture Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) stands of age class III on plots located in southwestern Poland. Microbial biomass (Cmic) was estimated by the substrate-induced respiration (SIR) method. In the organic horizons (Ofh), microbial biomass calculated per unit soil mass ranged from 1.134 to 3.339 mg Cmic g-1 soil, and measured per unit area ranged from 159 to 278 kg Cmic ha-1.

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