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Journal Article

On the Spore-forming Bacteria and Micromycetes in Natural and Cultured Cenoses  [2020]

Rzayeva, A.;

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The article provides some information about spore–forming bacteria (bacilli) and micromycetes of natural (virgin) cenosis under herbaceous vegetation and agrocenosis (cereals). It was established that in both cenoses there are 3 strains of spore–forming bacteria and 4 strains of micromycetes. Bacilli and micromycetes actively decompose complex polysaccharides to monosaccharides, which are easily absorbed by plants. Bacilli and micromycetes have a strong enzymatic effect on plant residues, transforming decomposition products in the process of humus formation. Together with invertebrate animals, they are included in the decomposition chain of phytomass residues. Bacilli and micromycetes, being active under mesophilic conditions, are also significant in arid soils.
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Bulletin of Science and Practice

Bibliographic information

Language:
Russian
Type:
Journal Article
In AGRIS since:
2020
Volume:
6
Issue:
4
Extent:
37-40
Publisher:
Publishing Center Science and Practice
All titles:
"On the Spore-forming Bacteria and Micromycetes in Natural and Cultured Cenoses"@eng
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Bibliographic information

Language:
Russian
Type:
Journal Article
In AGRIS since:
2020
Volume:
6
Issue:
4
Extent:
37-40
Publisher:
Publishing Center Science and Practice
All titles:
"On the Spore-forming Bacteria and Micromycetes in Natural and Cultured Cenoses"@eng