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Factors affecting immobilization and release of nitrogen in soil and chemical characteristics of the nitrogen newly immobilized. 1. Effect of temperature on immobilization and release of nitrogen in soil


Factors affecting immobilization and release of nitrogen in soil and chemical characteristics of the nitrogen newly immobilized. 1. Effect of temperature on immobilization and release of nitrogen in soil



Soil Sci. Pl. Nutr 15: 207-213



Maximum immobilization of N after addition of glucose and mineral N to a soil occurred after a comparatively short incubation period irrespective of temperature (10-40 degrees C). With a C/N ratio of 8, N immobilization at 40, 30, 20 and 10 degrees C reached a maximum at incubation periods of 28h, 48h, 3 days and 5 days respectively. Temperature had little effect on the apparent amount of maximum immobilization.

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