Enzyme Activity in Forest Gleysols
Ewa Błońska , Jarosław Lasota , Kazimierz Januszek
AbstractAbstractThe aim of this study was to determine the enzymatic activity (dehydrogenase and urease) in trophically diverse Gleysols. Efforts to establish the relationship between enzymatic activity and physico-chemical properties of various subtypes of Gleysols were attempted. Dehydrogenase activity was best correlated with carbon content and acidity among the studied properties of soils. Urease activity was correlated with the reaction pf soil. Enzyme activity differentiates subtypes of Gleysols, which are characterized by a different type of soil humus. The dehydrogenase activity was higher in gleysols with peat or muck of swamp habitats. The opposite trend was found in the urease activity. The urease activity was the highest in the gleysols without organic matter. The studies showed that enzymatic activity is closely related to the type of accumulated organic matter and at the same time with species variety of plant communities..
|Journal series||Roczniki Gleboznawcze, ISSN 0080-3642, (B 5 pkt)|
|Publication size in sheets||0.5|
|Keywords in Polish||aktywność enzymatyczna dehydrogenazy, ureazy, leśne gleby gruntowoglejowe|
|Keywords in English||humus, acidity, peat, plant communities, habitats, carbon, urease, enzyme activity, swamps Search subject for swamps , Gleysols, forests|
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