publication . Article . 2014

Impacts des vers de terre sur les composants et la dynamique du sol

Lemtiri, Aboulkacem; Colinet, Gilles; Alabi, Taofic; Cluzeau, Daniel; Zirbes, Lara; Haubruge, Eric; Francis, Frédéric;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Mar 2014
  • Publisher: HAL CCSD
Abstract
International audience; Earthworm populations are important decomposers contributing to aggregate formation and nutrient cycling processes involving nitrogen cycles, phosphorus and carbon. They are known to influence soil fertility by participating to important processes in soil such as soil structure regulation and organic matter dynamics. Earthworms also modify the microbial communities through digestion, stimulation and dispersion in casts. Consequently, changes in the activities of earthworm communities, as a result of soil management practices, can also be used as indicators of soil fertility and quality. It is therefore important to understand how earthwor...
Subjects
free text keywords: Earthworms, nutrient cycling in ecosystems, microbial communities, soil organic matter dynamics, soil fertility, agricultural practices, Ver de terre, Oligochaeta, cycles nutriments dans écosystèmes, flore microbienne, matière organique du sol, fertilité du sol, pratique agricole, [SDE.BE]Environmental Sciences/Biodiversity and Ecology, Earthworms, Oligochaeta, nutrient cycling in ecosystems, microbial communities, soil organic matter dynamics, soil fertility, agricultural practices, : Agriculture & agronomy [Life sciences], : Agriculture & agronomie [Sciences du vivant]
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