Regulation of soil organic matter dynamics and microbial activity in the drilosphere and the role of interactions with other edaphic functional domains

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Brown, G.G.; Barois, I.; Lavelle, P.;
(2000)
  • Subject: LOMBRIC | DIGESTION | ACTIVITE ENZYMATIQUE | STRUCTURE DU SOL | MATIERE ORGANIQUE | CARBONE ORGANIQUE | STOCK ORGANIQUE | FACTEUR EDAPHIQUE | MICROORGANISME | DECOMPOSITION | MINERALISATION | BIOMASSE | RACINE | ETUDE EXPERIMENTALE

The moment the soil enters into contact with an earthworm, both superficially and internally, physicochemical and biological changes take place. The drilosphere represents the whole soil volume under earthworm influence. Thus it includes the body surfaces, the gut and a... View more
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