geoscience.net logo
+ Resolve Article
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter

+ Translate
+ Subscribe to Site Feed
GeoScience Most Shared ContentMost Shared Content

The influence of fertilizing on soil structure.


, : The influence of fertilizing on soil structure.. Phosphorsaure, 13: 177-189

The effects of. lime, P, K and trace-element fertilizers on the structure of sandy soils arc reviewed. The importance is stressed of promoting microbial development in clay soils and clay loams in order to improve or maintain structural stability. Green manuring is one of the chief means available. The difficulties of structural stabilization in marsh and water-meadow soils are discussed.

US$29.90


Other references

Segal, M.M.; Furshpan, E.J., 1990: Epileptiform activity in microcultures containing small numbers of hippocampal neurons. 1. Microcultures were grown containing small numbers of hippocampal neurons. The neurons grew on glial cells attached to patches of either collagen or palladium. A layer of agarose underlying the microcultures prevented connections from forming be...

Huckins, D.S.; Simon, H.K.; Copeland, K.; Milling, T.J.; Spandorfer, P.R.; Hennes, H.; Allen, C.; Gogain, J., 2016: Prospective validation of a biomarker panel to identify pediatric ED patients with abdominal pain who are at low risk for acute appendicitis. The objective of the study is to prospectively validate the diagnostic accuracy of a biomarker panel consisting of white blood cell, C-reactive protein, and myeloid-related protein 8/14 levels in identifying pediatric patients with abdominal pain...

Palgi, Y.; Ben-Ezra, M.; Langer, S.; Essar, N., 2009: The effect of prolonged exposure to war stress on the comorbidity of PTSD and depression among hospital personnel. The relationship between exposure to war stress and to traumatic and depressive symptoms among hospital personnel is understudied. Hospital personnel who were exposed to frequent missile attacks and casualties of war, both military and civilians (...

Shephard, M.; Ching, C.K.; Sayer, J., 1994: A solution to the endoscopic removal of difficult bile duct stones. Gastroenterology Nursing 16(5): 231-231

Roszer, Tás.; Józsa, Tás.; Szentmiklósi, A.József.; Bánfalvi, Gáspár., 2009: Acetylcholine inhibits nitric oxide (NO) synthesis in the gastropod nervous system. Acetylcholine (ACh) is one of the main signals regulating nitric oxide synthase (NOS) expression and nitric oxide (NO) biosynthesis in mammals. However, few comparative studies have been performed on the role of ACh on NOS activity in non-mammalia...

Vanterpool, T.C., 1938: Some species of Pythium parasitic on wheat in Canada and England. Results of a comparative study of 6 spp. of Pythium pathogenic to wheat seedlings are presented. P. arrhenomanes, P. volutum, and P. tardicrescens were found in both Canada and England; P. graminicolum and P. torulosum [?] in England and not in Ca...

Takeda, M., 1976: Comparison of local anesthetic activities between cis and trans isomers of DL-1-benzoyloxy-2-dimethylamino-1,2,3,4-tetrahydronaphthalene. The local anesthetic activities of cis- and trans- dl-1-benzoyloxy-2-dimethylamino-1,2,3,4-tetrahydronaphthalene were compared using several methods with guinea-pigs. The cis compound (YAU-17) was 2.9 to 6 times as potent as its trans isomer and e...

Zeuthen, M.L.; Howard, D.H., 1989: Thermotolerance and the heat-shock response in Candida albicans. At elevated temperatures, yeast cells of Candida albicans synthesized nine heat-shock proteins (HSPs) with apparent molecular masses of 98, 85, 81, 76, 72, 54, 34, 26 and 18 kDa. The optimum temperature for the heat-shock response was 45 degrees C...

Braunsteiner, H.; Egghart, F.; Potuzhek, O., 1960: Primary chronic polyarthritis with chronic pulmonary changes. Deutsche Medizinische Wochenschrift 85: 115-118

Hoer, P.W., 1958: Method of postmortem blood vessel demonstration in the human lungs with special reference to the bronchial arteries with Schummer's plastoid. Annales Universitatis Saraviensis. Medizin 6(1): 30-35