By N.C. Brady (Ed.)

Show description

Read or Download Advances in Agronomy, Vol. 27 PDF

Similar agriculture books

Shelf Life: Food Industry Briefing Series

The the most important topic of the shelf lifetime of meals items impacts the manufacture, processing, distribution, sale and intake of all meals. it's a sizzling subject that's at the brain of each twenty first Century client and can't be neglected. Following the transparent and concise form of the Blackwell meals Briefing sequence, Shelf existence permits the reader to dip in and detect or re-discover find out how to deal with shelf lifetime of meals taking a look at definitions, laws, tasks, and the $64000 activity of selecting the shelf lifetime of meals items.

Persistence and Change in Rural Communities: A Fifty Year Follow-up to Six Classic Studies

Within the Thirties and Nineteen Forties, the united states division of Agriculture undertook distinctive reviews of six US rural groups representing a number of styles of social and financial swap that have been affecting rural the US. those stories grew to become classics within the literature on rural groups, and for the previous half-century have helped to enhance significant theoretical views in neighborhood sociology.

Microbes and Microbial Technology: Agricultural and Environmental Applications

Wisdom of the function of microbes and microbial biotechnology in bettering the standard of lifestyles has been well-known around the world. at the present time, what's urgently wanted an is exploration of recent microbes and novel genes for fixing the various significant demanding situations of the twenty first century with specific connection with sustainable agriculture, the surroundings and human well-being.

Biology of soil science

«Biology of Soil technological know-how» is a vital department of agriculture which bargains with stories of alternative parts like soil physics soil chemistry soil fertility and plant food soil survey, genesis and type, soil mineralogy, and so on. it's, as a result, crucial that this necessary normal source is known and conserved correctly for sustained agricultural construction in India.

Additional info for Advances in Agronomy, Vol. 27

Sample text

Rev. Plant Physiol. 20, 495-522. Biscoe, P. V. 1972. 1. Exp. Bot. 23, 930-940. Boyer, J. S . 1968. Plant Physiol. 43, 1056-1062. Boyer, J. S. 1969. Annu. Rev. Plant Physiol. 20, 351-364. Boyer, J. S. 1970a. Plant Physiol. 46, 233-235. Boyer, J. S . 1970b. Plant Physiol. 46, 236-239. Boyer, J. S . 1971a. Plant Physiol. 47, 816-820. Boyer, J. S . 1971b. Plant Physiol. 48, 532-536. Boyer, J. S . 1973. Phytopathology 63, 466472. Boyer, J. , and Bowen, B. L. 1970. Plant Physiol. 45, 612-615. Brevedan, E.

17. Oxidation of Glucose Ross ( 1968) found slight amounts of gluconic and 2-ketogluconic acids in reaction mixtures prepared from soils and glucose solution when incubated for a maximum of 16 hours at 37OC. In reaction mixtures containing toluene, the acids were also detectable even after 24-28 hours of incubation and their amounts were larger than in the absence of toluene. These results suggest the occurrence of glucose oxidase and gluconate dehydrogenase as accumulated enzymes in soil. Utilization of glucose, however, by glucose oxidase and gluconate dehydrogenase is of minor importance.

In addition, in irradiated soil ureolysis was faster than in native soil. Microbial proliferation occurred in the absence of toluene and, concomitantly, urease could be synthesized, but the amount of synthesized urease was negligible in comparison with the amount of accumulated urease. Increase of urease activity following treatment with toluene or electron beam can be attributed to an increase of permeability for urea and reaction products in the viable microbial cells, which became nonproliferating in the presence of toluene, to the increase of permeability in radiation-killed cells, and also to the lytic effect of toluene on some microorganisms and to the autolysis of the radiation-killed cells.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.72 of 5 – based on 46 votes