No. 38 (2010)
Articles

Influence of mammal fossorial activity on bearing-out some chemical elements on up of soil cover

Published November 3, 2010
Olexandr Pakhomov
Department of Zoology and Ecology, Biology, Ecology and Medicine Faculty, Dnepropetrovsk National University, Gagarina av., 72, 49010 Dnepropetrovsk. Ukraine
Oleg Didur
Institute of Biology, Dnepropetrovsk National University, Gagarina av., 72, 49010 Dnepropetrovsk. Ukraine
Iryna Loza
Institute of Biology, Dnepropetrovsk National University, Gagarina av., 72, 49010 Dnepropetrovsk. Ukraine
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APA

Pakhomov, O., Didur, O., & Loza, I. (2010). Influence of mammal fossorial activity on bearing-out some chemical elements on up of soil cover. Acta Agraria Debreceniensis, (38), 117–120. https://doi.org/10.34101/actaagrar/38/2770

Fossorial activity of mammals is conductive to trace of microelements from more deep soil horizons into zone of its active involving to biological cycle. As a result of researches have established the mostly intensive migration of micro- and macroelements that is goes at the expense of mammals fossorial activity it is typical for humid gully lime-and-ash with oak wood. A middle position in speed of entering chemical elements is belonging to artificial oak wood in the watershed and humid lime-and-ash with oak wood in floodplain. Mostly slow migration in speed of entering elements is typical for middle-dry pine wood on sandy terrace.

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