No. 70 (2016)
Articles

Evaluation some important microbiological parameters of the carbon cycle in chernozem soils profiles

Published October 24, 2016
János Kátai
University of Debrecen Faculty of the Agricultural and Food Sciences and Environmental Management, Institute of Agricultural Chemistry and Soil Science, Debrecen, Hungary
Zsolt Sándor
University of Debrecen Faculty of the Agricultural and Food Sciences and Environmental Management, Institute of Agricultural Chemistry and Soil Science, Debrecen, Hungary
Magdolna Tállai
University of Debrecen Faculty of the Agricultural and Food Sciences and Environmental Management, Institute of Agricultural Chemistry and Soil Science, Debrecen, Hungary
Ágnes Zsuposné Oáh
University of Debrecen Faculty of the Agricultural and Food Sciences and Environmental Management, Institute of Agricultural Chemistry and Soil Science, Debrecen, Hungary
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APA

Kátai, J., Sándor, Z., Tállai, M., & Zsuposné Oáh, Ágnes. (2016). Evaluation some important microbiological parameters of the carbon cycle in chernozem soils profiles. Acta Agraria Debreceniensis, (70), 33-39. https://doi.org/10.34101/actaagrar/70/1814

Some chemical and microbiological properties of the carbon cycle were investigated in three chernozem soil profiles. The soil profiles originated from a long term fertilization experiment (potato) of the University of Debrecen, Látókép, Kryvyi Rig Botanic Garden (grassland) and a large-scale farm (sunflower) of Ukraine. The results of the organic C-content, total number of bacteria, microscopical fungi, cellulose decomposing bacteria, CO2-production, microbial biomass carbon and saccharase and dehydrogenase activities were compared and evaluated with the help of correlation analyses. Close correlation was found between the organic carbon content and the number of microscopical fungi,, saccharase and dehydrogenase enzymes’ activities, as well as close correlation was found between the dehydrogenase activity and microbial biomass-C and saccharase activity.

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