Scientific Journal of KubSAU

Polythematic online scientific journal
of Kuban State Agrarian University
ISSN 1990-4665
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Gordeeva Tatiana Kharitonovna

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Volga State University of Technology
   

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ANTHROPOGENIC DISTURBANCE RESEARCH OF NATURAL ENVIRONMENT IN THE CONDITIONS OF SANDPITS

abstract 1111507052 issue 111 pp. 885 – 895 30.09.2015 ru 1160
In this article, an anthropogenic influence on natural ecosystem such as an excavation of sand is discussed. Investigations were done in Kuyar Forest District of the Mari El Republic on a sandpit. The adjacent plot of natural forest was taken as a control. For evaluation the degree of environment transformation as a result of sand excavation several indicators were used. As indicators of physical soil degradation - thickness of organogenic horizon and soil density; for assessment a chemical degradation – content of main nutrients and humus; as an indicator of biological degradation – the level of active microbial biomass. Besides, a potential phytotoxicity was estimated. The study proved: physical and chemical parameters corresponded with the fourth degree of soil degradation, at the same time, biological parameters approximated to parameters of soil from natural territory
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EFFECT OF NON-TRADITIONAL MELIORANTS ON THE MICROBIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY OF SOIL AND GROWTH OF PLANTS

abstract 0811207030 issue 81 pp. 413 – 422 30.09.2012 ru 1533
The effect of the new meliorants on the qualitative and quantitative composition of the microflora of loamy sand soil and the growth of pine seedlings is presented. The activization of microbiological processes and growth of plants on the meliorated plots is revealed
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FORMATION OF MICROBE-PLANT CONSORTIUMS OF THE RHIZOSPHERE IN ONTOGENESIS OF GRAIN CROPS

abstract 0811207027 issue 81 pp. 377 – 386 30.09.2012 ru 1466
The microbiological composition of the rhizosphere of the soft wheat (Triticum aestivum L.), the two-row barley (Hordeum distichon L.) and the sowing oats (Avena sativa) was studied. It is shown, that the total number of the rhizosphere microorganisms changes during the plant growth and development. The specificity of the microbial composition of the three studied cereal crops has been observed
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