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Activity of cellulose destroying microorganisms in semidesert stony soils of the Armenian SSR

Activity of cellulose destroying microorganisms in semidesert stony soils of the Armenian SSR

Izvest Akad Nauk Sssr Ser Biol 28(3): 445-453

Under the conditions of stony semidesert soils of Armenia the activity of cellulose destroying microflora is very slight. Most of the cellulose decomposition is due to fungi and Actinomyces. Irrigation and the use of organic-mineral fertilizers as well as of manure-soil compost and of leguminous herbs exerts a positive effect upon the activity of the cellulose decomposing microflora. Decomposition of linen and CO2 release are more active at a 25-50 cm depth than at 0-25 cm. due to the higher humidity of the lower horizons.

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