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*  Soil microbiology
... is the study of organisms in soil, their functions, and how they affect soil properties. It is believed that ... Natural farming Korean natural farming Effective microorganisms Soil biology Soil life Rao, Subba. Soil Microbiology. Fourth ed ... Microorganisms in soil are important because they affect soil structure and fertility. Soil microorganisms can be classified as ... Principles and Applications of Soil Microbiology. Upper Saddle River: Prentice Hall, 1998. Print. Haney, Cara H.; Ausubel, ...
*  Glossary of biology
soil biology . soil microbiology . species . speciation . stem cell . steroid . structural biology The branch of molecular ... Biomes are often defined by abiotic factors such as climate, topographical relief, geology, soils, and water resources. ... clinical microbiology, hematology and molecular pathology. pH A numeric scale used to specify the acidity or basicity ( ... microbiology The study of microscopic organisms, such as bacteria, viruses, archaea, fungi and protozoa. This discipline ...
*  Azotobacter
"Azotbacter". SOIL MICROBIOLOGY BIOL/CSES 4684. Archived from the original on 2011-09-27. "Azotobacter vinelandii". John Innes ... in Dry Soils". Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 51 (1): 123-125. PMC 238827 . PMID 16346962. Johnstone D. B. (1967). " ... Azotobacter species are ubiquitous in neutral and weakly basic soils, but not acidic soils. They are also found in the Arctic ... They also facilitate the mobility of heavy metals in the soil, thus enhancing bioremediation of soil from heavy metals, such as ...
*  Coprinopsis variegata
Modern Soil Microbiology. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press. p. 205. ISBN 0-8247-2749-5. Coprinopsis variegata in Index Fungorum. ... van Elsas JD, Tam L, Finlay RD, Killham K, Trevors JT (2007). "Microbial interactions in the soil". In Trevors JT, van Elsas JD ... Coprinopsis variegata can attack soil bacteria, such as species of Pseudomonas and Agrobacterium, and use them as nutrient ... giving the appearance of growing in the soil. The fungus is found in the United States, in areas east of the Great Plains. ...
*  List of University of Saskatchewan alumni
soil microbiology D.Sc. Department of Veterinary Microbiology immunologist, pathogenesist, virologist, molecular virology, and ...
*  Lithotroph
ISBN 978-3-540-26609-9. Paul, Eldor A. Soil Microbiology, Ecology and Biochemistry. Academic Press, 2014. p. 598. ISBN ... p. 3. Evans, J. Heritage; E. G. V.; Killington, R. A. (1999). Microbiology in action (Repr ed.). Cambridge [u.a.]: Cambridge ... A primary example of lithotrophs that contribute to soil formation is Cyanobacteria. This group of bacteria are nitrogen-fixing ... Lithotrophs participate in many geological processes, such as the formation of soil and the biogeochemical cycling of carbon, ...
*  Natural farming
Sylvia, D.M.; Fuhrmann, J.J.; Hartel, P.G.; Zuberer, D.A. (1999). Principles and Applications of Soil Microbiology. New Jersey ... Tilling over-pumps oxygen to local soil residents, such as bacteria and fungi. As a result, the chemistry of the soil changes. ... This damages their ability to aerate the soil. Living roots drill millions of tiny holes in the soil and thus provide oxygen. ... The effect is due to pressure differences between soil areas. Furthermore, tilling most certainly destroys soil horizons and ...
*  Denitrifying bacteria
Microbiology and Molecular Biology Reviews, 61(4), 533-616 Eldor, A. (2015). Soil microbiology, ecology, and biochemistry (4th ... The process of denitrification can lower the fertility of soil as nitrogen, a growth-limiting factor, is removed from the soil ... H2O It is important to note that any of the products produced at any step can be exchanged with the soil environment. ... soil and sediment. Denitrifying include for example several species of Pseudomonas, Alkaligenes , Bacillus and others. The ...
*  Mucilage
2006). Soil Microbiology, Ecology and Biochemistry (3rd ed.). Academic Press. p. 33. ISBN 9780080475141. Archived from the ... Therefore, exopolysaccharide-producing "soil algae" play a vital role in the ecology of the world's soils. The substance covers ... Harper, J. L.; Benton, R. A. (1966-01-01). "The Behaviour of Seeds in Soil: II. The Germination of Seeds on the Surface of a ... Exopolysaccharides are the most stabilising factor for microaggregates and are widely distributed in soils. ...
*  Serratia marcescens
Serratia at eMedicine "Serratia". Soil Microbiology, Environmental Microbiology BIOL/CEEE/CSES 4684. Virginia Tech. 2004. ...
*  Host microbe interactions in Caenorhabditis elegans
"Principles and Applications of Soil Microbiology (1998) (Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ)". Garigan D, Hsu AL, Fraser AG ... C. elegans were previously considered a soil-living nematode, but in the last 10 years it was shown that natural habitats of C ... In these studies, C. elegans was exposed to various soil bacteria, either isolated in a different context or from C. elegans ... B. thuringiensis is a soil bacterium that is often used in infection experiments with C. elegans. It produces spore-forming ...
*  Korean natural farming
Soil microbiology Natural farming Effective microorganism Compost Reddy, Rohini (2011). Sai, D. V. R.; Ismail, Sultan Ahmed, ... Mycorrhizal soil inoculation increases soil carbon accumulation by depositing glomalin, which increases soil structure by ... Cultured soil can be used in a piggery or hen house. It converts excrement into soil and thereby allows the piggery to operate ... Soils depleted by the use of insecticides, fungicides and herbicides may have reduced soil microorganisms. A healthy ...
*  Eusebius Juma Mukhwana
... and a PhD in soil microbiology from the University of Wyoming in the USA. He has worked as a program officer with the Food and ... Mukhwana graduates with his PhD in Soil Science from the University of Wyoming, USA http://gradworks.umi.com/3456403.pdf ...
*  H. Boyd Woodruff
After retirement, he founded the firm Soil Microbiology Associates together with his wife Jeanette. Woodruff was elected to the ... He received a bachelor's degree in soil chemistry from Rutgers University, followed by a Ph.D. from the same university in soil ... Harold Boyd Woodruff (July 22, 1917 - January 19, 2017) was an American soil microbiologist and a member of the National ... which he used to fund a scholarship for students at Rutgers studying microbiology. He died on January 19, 2017, at the age of ...
*  Albert Schatz (scientist)
His initial interest in soil microbiology stemmed from his intention to become a farmer. Seeing workers being assaulted by the ... Schatz graduated from Rutgers University in 1942 with a bachelor's degree in soil microbiology, and received his doctorate from ... In 1943, as a 23-year-old postgraduate research assistant working in the university's soil microbiology laboratory under the ... who led the soil microbiology department at Rutgers college of agriculture. Waksman had been directing a research program ...
*  Mary K. Firestone
in microbiology in 1977 and her Ph.D. in soil microbiology at Michigan State University in 1979. Mary became a Fellow of the ... Rhizosphere priming of soil organic matter by bacterial groups in a grassland soil. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 43:718-725. ... FEMS Microbiology Ecology. 80:236-247. DeAngelis, K. and M. Firestone. 2012. Phylogenetic clustering of soil microbial ... Mary K. Firestone is a professor of soil microbiology in the Department of Environmental Studies, Policy, and Management at the ...
*  Horace Barker
Barker was hired in 1936 by the University of California, Berkeley to teach soil microbiology. He was part of a team that ... He then spent a year at the Delft Microbiology Laboratory in the Netherlands under Albert Kluyver. ...
*  Elizabeth McCoy (microbiologist)
McCoy's other research included work in soil microbiology, the microbiology of water bodies, and botulism. McCoy's house in ... Her research included significant contributions in multiple areas within microbiology, and she became one of the first ...
*  Indian Institute of Horticultural Research
Soil Salinity, Micronutrient, Leaf Analysis, Isotope, Water Management, Soil Microbiology, Microbiology and Pesticide Residue ... for control of soil borne diseases and nematodes. Pheromone trap for the mango fruit fly. Integrated disease management ... Carry out the basic and strategic research to sustain soil health in horticultural ecosystems. Development of leaf nutrient ... The research work in the division focusses on handling and storage, processing, microbiology and cut flowers. Objectives To ...
*  Effective microorganism
Treatments with EM-Bokashi show no effects on soil microbiology or as bio-fertilizer which are caused by the EM microorganisms ... Some studies stated that Effective microorganisms (EM-A, EM-Bokashi) show no effect on yield and soil microbiology in field ... EM microorganisms showed no effect on yield and soil microbiology as bio-fertilizer in organic farming. Observed effects ... This was acknowledged by Higa in a 1994 paper co-authored by Higa and soil microbiologist James F Parr. They conclude "the main ...
*  Ruth E. Gordon
Gordon worked at the Division of Soil Microbiology at the United States Department of Agriculture from 1939 to 1942. She ... A Study of Some Acid-Fast Actinomycetes from Soil with Special Reference to Pathogenicity for Animals (1936) A Study of Some of ... Gordon, Ruth E; Hagan, W. A. (1936). "A Study of Some Acid-Fast Actinomycetes from Soil with Special Reference to Pathogenicity ... This research study worked to identify, classify and name types of aerobic sporeforming bacteria located in the soil. In 1953, ...
*  Sergei Winogradsky
doi:10.1007/s10739-006-0008-2. Ackert, L. (2007). "The 'Cycle of Life' in Ecology: Sergei Vinogradskii's Soil Microbiology, ... "Sergei Winogradsky: A founder of modern microbiology and the first microbial ecologist". FEMS Microbiology Reviews. 36 (2): 364 ... Petersburg for the period 1891-1905, and headed the division of general microbiology of the Institute of Experimental Medicine ... Sergei Vinogradskii and the Cycle of Life: From the Thermodynamics of Life to Ecological Microbiology, 1850-1950. Vol. 34.; ...
*  Ray Rappaport
In a soil microbiology course, he met fellow masters student Barbara Nolan, and the two were wed in 1947. He earned his ...
*  Agriculture in Brazil
"49 Anos Dedicados à Pesquisa em Microbiologia do Solo (49 Years Dedicated to Research in Soil Microbiology)" (in Portuguese). ... Soil classification, study and systematization are championed by Embrapa Soils, with participation from groups such as the ... The program of mapping and classifying the country's soils began in 1953, with the Chart of Soils in Brazil. IBGE published the ... The lost soil fills rivers and reservoirs with silt. One solution is no-till farming, a practice not in wide use. The world's ...
*  Glossary of ecology
soil ecology A branch of ecology which studies the pedosphere. soil microbiology song system A series of discrete brain nuclei ... soil The naturally occurring, unconsolidated or loose covering of Earth's surface; part of the pedosphere. ... heath Low-growing woody vegetation found on free-draining acidic soils. heterotroph See consumer. homeostasis The property of a ... evaporation the slow vaporization of water from either the soil o from surface water. evolutionary ecology (or ecoevolution) ...
*  Saccharopolyspora shandongensis
nov., isolated from wheat-field soil". International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology. 58 (Pt 5): 1094-9. ... shandongensis is a bacterium from the genus of Saccharopolyspora which has been isolated from wheat field soil in Shandong in ...