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benefit formation and stabilization of aggregates by certain fungi: RLCS 01, RLCS 07, and RLCS 08. Such traits include the stability . and longevity of hyphae, entanglement potential of soil ...

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Mechanisms Involved in Soil Aggregate .

Aggregate stabilization was a function more of microbial synthesis of soil‐binding substances than of numbers of microorganisms. Extensive production of mycelium and spores in soil aggregates by a fungus known to be capable of aggregate stabilization, did not, necessarily, result in an increase in the stability of the aggregates.

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Role of a Saprophytic Basidiomycete Soil Fungus in, resistance of soil aggregates to breakdown upon wetting We studied the effects of a saprophytic lignin decomposer basidiomycete isolated from plant litter on soil aggregation and stabilization The basidiomycete produces large quantities of non water-soluble extracellular materials that bind soil particles into aggregat . Roles of Biology ...

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Trehalose mediated stabilisation of cellobiase .

15.04.2019 · Extracellular fungal cellobiases develop large stable aggregates by reversible concentration driven interaction. In-vitro addition of trehalose resulted in bigger cellobiase assemblies with increased stability against heat and dilution induced dissociation. In presence of 0.1 M trehalose, the size of aggregates increased from 344 nm to 494 nm ...

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Soil aggregate stability increase is strongly .

Soil aggregate stability increased by 50% over the 20 years following disturbance. This recovery was associated with shifts in soil fungal community composition, as is consistent with fungal mediation of this recovery. Land management strategies focusing on restoration of the soil fungal community may enhance soil aggregate stability, a key ...

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Soil aggregate stabilization by a saprophytic .

We studied the effects of a saprophytic lignin-decomposing basidiomycete isolated from plant litter on soil aggregation and stabilization. The basidiomycete produced large quantities of extracellular materials that bind soil particles into aggregates. These binding agents are water-insoluble and heat-resistant. Water stability of aggregates amended with the fungus and the degrees of...

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Soil aggregate stability increase is strongly related to ...

aggregate stability, soil fungal and bacteria communities and soil chemical properties in 12 ex-arable fields repre senting six soil ages comprising a chronosequence of time since abandonment of potato cultivation in the Bolivian Altiplano. Materials and methods STUDY SITE The study area is located in Bolivia, Department of La Paz, Camacho province at 3850 m.a.s.l. This area corresponds to the ...

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Contributions by fungi and bacteria to .

Stability changes during ageing (sterile) or incubation (non‐sterile) of both natural field aggregates and remoulded aggregates from five soils were studied for periods up to 30 days. Growth of fungal hyphae, estimated by ergosterol measurement, corresponded to temporary stability increases in both types of aggregates during the first 15 days. Thereafter, fungal hyphae disappeared and were ...

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Contributions by fungi and bacteria to aggregate .

SUMMARY Stability changes during ageing (sterile) or incubation (non‐sterile) of both natural field aggregates and remoulded aggregates from five soils were studied for periods up to 30 days. Growt...

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Soil Quality Information Sheet Soil Quality Indicators ...

Fungal mycelial growth binds soil particles together more effectively than smaller organisms, such as bacteria. Aggregate stability declines rapidly in soil planted to a clean-tilled crop. It increases while the soil is in sod and crops, such as alfalfa. (Prepared by the National Soil Survey Center in cooperation with the Soil Quality Institute, NRCS, USDA, and the National Soil Tilth ...

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Soil aggregate stability: The contribution of .

The roles of fungal growth, soil organic matter and particle re-orientation in soil aggregate stabilization during ageing of two British soils with different cropping histories were studied. Soils were subjected to simulated cultivation, and the subsequent changes in aggregate stability during ageing assessed by turbidimetry test. An initial increase in aggregate stability was accompanied by ...

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Soil aggregate stability: What does it measure? .

ple soil management practices come together to improve soil aggregate stability. These include reduced tillage or no-till, greater crop rotation diversity, more plant roots, greater earthworm and microbial activity, and more soil organic matter. This is what makes soil aggregate stability such an attractive soil health indicator. Stable soil aggregates take time to form, so you should ...

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Soil Aggregation and Tillage Practices : USDA ARS

Microflora, in particular fungi, contribute directly to the formation and stabilization of soil aggregates through hyphal entanglement of soil particles and deposition of extracellular polysaccharides that bind soil particles together (Tisdall, 1991). In general, studies of the role of fungi in soil structure have been few, mainly because of the perceived difficulty of analysis. However, new ...

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Direct and indirect effects of glomalin, .

In a plant-fungus symbiosis, aggregate stability significantly positively correlated with either root length or root mycorrhizal colonization, but the latter showed a stronger correlation 9.

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Role of a Saprophytic Basidiomycete Soil Fungus in ...

Fungi can be responsible for the resistance of soil aggregates to breakdown upon wetting. We studied the effects of a saprophytic lignin decomposer basidiomycete isolated from plant litter on soil aggregation and stabilization.

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Mechanisms Involved in Soil Aggregate .

Aggregate stabilization was a function more of microbial synthesis of soil-binding substances than of numbers of microorganisms. Extensive production of mycelium and spores in soil aggregates by a fungus known to be capable of aggregate stabilization, did not, necessarily, result in an increase in the stability of the aggregates. Stabilization of aggregates by Mucor silvaticus involved the ...

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Soil Aggregation - an overview | ScienceDirect .

Soil aggregation is an essential mechanism for the stabilization of SOM, especially in organic soils (Lutzow et al., 2006). It affects soil physical (aeration), chemical (water infiltration), and biological (microbial) activities. If SOM is within soil aggregates, aggregate formation physically protects SOM from biological degradation.

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Long-term effects of straw and straw-derived .

Background Soil aggregation is fundamental for soil functioning and agricultural productivity. Aggregate formation depends on microbial activity influencing the production of exudates and hyphae, which in turn act as binding materials. Fungi are also important for improving soil quality and promoting plant growth in a symbiotic manner. There is a scarcity of findings comparing the long-term ...

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Influence of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on soil ...

Turbidimetric measurements of soil exposed to roots and hyphae (outside mesh bags) showed the highest aggregate stability for the inoculated pasteurized soil. These results demonstrate that AM fungi contribute to the stabilization of soil aggregates in a vertisol, and that the effect is significant after only one growing season.

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Soil aggregate stabilization by a saprophytic lignin-decomposing basidiomycete fungus I Microbiological aspects Received: 27 September 1999 Abstract We studied the effects of a saprophytic lig-nin-decomposing basidiomycete isolated from plant lit- ter on soil aggregation and stabilization The basidio-mycete produced large quantities of extracellular mate-rials that bind soil particles into ...

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