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    • ...antimony (Sb) contamination. The soil around Xikuangshan (XKS),... ...rhizosphere microbiome is involved in soil energy transfer, nutrient cycling,... ...significantly higher than in bulk soil, indicating that plants affect... ...lucidum. In parallel, the soil pH of the B.... ...acidic soil and...
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    • ...onion and/or onion)-cultivated soils were eliminated by heat treatment... ...effect of Welsh onion-cultivated soil on pathogen multiplication, suggesting... ...gram-negative bacteria to the soil suppressiveness. The Illumina MiSeq... ...recovered from the rhizosphere soils of these Allium plants...
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    • ...current study was to identify soil conditions (organic matter, nitrogen... ...associated microbiome. Increased levels of soil organic matter significantly enhanced macrophage... ....0001). A change in soil organic matter content from 5... ...materials cultivated in soils with different levels...soil
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    • The contamination of soil and plants with heavy metals... ...land use types, we collected soil samples and Magnolia grandiflora branches... ...found that Pb content in soil was the highest in roadside... ...being intermediate, while Cd in soil was the highest in greenbelts... ...in soil and plants...
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    • ...better understand the relationship between soil bacterial communities, soil physicochemical properties, land use... ...their range of variation in soil properties (pH, texture and... ...structure were mainly driven by soil physicochemical parameters. Within soil clusters (k-means approach)...
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    • ...activity and functional composition of soil communities that are responsible for... .... However, the responses of soil organisms to interacting global change... ...extreme drought and fertilization on soil biota ranging from microbes to... ...the activity of soil organisms and fertilization...
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    • ...considered the primary place for soil microbiome differentiation and plays a... ...gene, we analyzed and compared soil bacterial communities associated to four... ...Andean grasslands. We examined three soil compartments: the rhizosphere (bacteria... ...the rhizosphere-surrounding soil (bacteria...
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    • ...threats to wildlife and human health. Since boreal forest soils can be a source of... ...combined with geochemical characterisation of soils, were used to determine... ...to MeHg formation in forest soils across Sweden. The hgcA... ...the libraries across all soils examined. Our results...
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    • ...important ingredient for growth and health of medicinal herbs, and... ...3,730 OTUs for bulk soil and rhizosphere soil samples respectively. Beta diversity... ...from that in the bulk soil, which indicates that B.... ...specifically recruit microbes from bulk soil and host in the rhizosphere...
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    • Soil biodiversity is increasingly recognized as... providing benefits to human health because it can suppress disease... -causing soil organisms and provide clean air... ...and the resulting declines in soil biodiversity reduce and impair these... ...research indicates that soil biodiversity can...soil
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    • ...vegetation, ground cover, and soil management affect rates of soil moisture gain and loss in... ...that plot-level management of soils is essential for creating urban... ...levels of water within garden soils. Although plots with better soil quality (i.e. water... ...rates of soil moisture...
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    • The Minnesota Department of Health measured levels of perfluoroalkyl acids... ...communities impacted by PFAA-contaminated soil and drinking water to determine... whether PFAAs in soil outside the home are associated... ...into the home from contaminated soil or lawns irrigated with contaminated...
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    • ...showed that compared to garden soil, the mixed substrate was... ...significantly higher than in garden soil, the values met the... criterion of Class II soil in the Environmental Quality Standard... for the Soils of China (GB15618-1995)...
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    • Heavy metal contamination of agricultural soils has posed a risk to... environment and human health. The present study was... ...to assess the effectiveness of soil amendments for reducing cadmium (... ...in a contaminated field. The soil amendments used include lime,... ...in soil and... ...soil...soil
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    • Soil microbes play important roles in... plant growth and health. Little is known about... the differences of soil microbes between healthy and bacterial... wilt infected soils with Ralstonia solanacearum. By... ...gene amplicons, we found the soil microbial composition and diversity were...
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    • ...input to agroecosystem fundamentally alters soil microbial properties and subsequent their... ...sequestration and nutrient cycling in soil. However, between soils, the rhizobacterial community diversity... ...impact of N addition on soil organic C and soil quality and maintain plant health in
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    • Soil pollution with heavy metals (... ...of eco-environment and human health based on a high-spatial... ...Chinese Environmental Quality standards for soils, whereas Cd, As and... ...Cd and Se, resulting in soils uncontaminated to moderately contaminated with... ...potential health risk... ...of soil...
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    • ...and water uptake, interface with soil microorganisms and resistance to lodging... ...and solid nature of the soil. In recent years, methods... ...efficient extraction of DNA from soil and for species-specific DNA... ...improve root phenotyping and health diagnostic capability in sugarcane...
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    • Increased soil organic matter decomposition with increasing... ...has been hypothesized to enhance soil nitrogen availability, consequently stimulating... ...production and offsetting decomposition-induced soil carbon losses1–5. This... ...exposed to 18 years of soil warming manipulation (+5 °...
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    • ...(RPRA) to estimate the health risks of exposing residents to... ...measured in water, sediments, soil profiles and surface soils under four land uses along... ...the two transfer routes of soil metals causing high health risks. Exposure risks during... ...heavy metals in soil, and metal...
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    • Understanding how soil ecosystem responds to transgenic Bacillus... ...cultivation of Bt rice on soil properties have been reported previously... ...effects of Bt rice on soil ecosystems. In this study,... soil samples were taken from a... ...cultivated for 8 years. Soil Bt protein concentration and...
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    • ...acid esters (PAEs) in soils, which increase the potential... ...adverse carcinogenic and non-cancer health effects. This study presents... ...attributed to PAE stores in soil coarse (250–2000 μm)... ...(53–250 μm) fractions. Soil particle-size fractions with higher... ...increased soil PAE...
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    • Soil-water storage in a deep... soil layer (SWSD), defined... as the layer where soil water is not sensitive to... ...rainfall events, functions as a soil reservoir in China’s Loess... ...vegetation need to incorporate climatic, soil and topographic variables, while...
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    • ...ability to work or their soils — and the technologies and... ...links between economic status and soil quality, and these can... ...-reinforcing. For example, poor soil constrains agricultural production and household... ...constrains investments in improving soils. Price, availability and...
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    • ...plant species changes with different soil types under field conditions and... ...the nutritive resources of the soil. In this context, we... ...their rhizosphere based on the soil conditions and their nutritive requirements... ...analyses revealed that the soil type determines the taxa... ...soil...
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    • ...however, a characterization of the soil water and carbon dynamics is... lacking. We assessed current soil water properties and soil organic carbon turnover in forests... ...and sub-taiga bioclimatic zones. Soil evaporation was 0.62 ±... ...roots explained the soil water isotopic patterns...
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    • Traditional sampling for soil pollution evaluation is cost intensive... ...contributing pollutants is imperative for soil remediation. In this study,... ...H-G scheme combining human health risk assessment and geographical detector... ...making for regional contaminated soil remediation at fine...
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    • ...of their interaction with various soil types on the dynamics and... ...largely unclear. Therefore, a soil column incubation study was conducted... ...increased fertilizer N retention in soil by decreasing gaseous emissions and... ...to urea alone, irrespective of soil type. The BCU granule...
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    • Soil microorganisms are clearly a key... ...the challenges of surviving in soil, a gram of soil can contain thousands of individual... ...our ability to characterize the soil microbiome and identify the factors... that shape soil microbial communities across space and... ..., although most soil...