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Accumulation of the soil organic matter fraction that becomes decomposable after drying. 3. Effects of the quality and quantity of plant residue added to the soil


, : Accumulation of the soil organic matter fraction that becomes decomposable after drying. 3. Effects of the quality and quantity of plant residue added to the soil. Science Bulletin, Faculty of Agriculture, Kyushu University 28(1): 37-48

Lignin and cellulose which occur in the cell walls of plants suppress the mineralization of easily decomposable substances associated with them in the composition of the walls. The mineralization rate of plant residues in the soil decreases with increasing amount of residue added.

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