Scientific Journal of KubSAU

Polythematic online scientific journal
of Kuban State Agrarian University
ISSN 1990-4665
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Kuzina Anna Andreevna

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BIO-DIAGNOSTICS OF STABILITY OF BROWN CALCAREOUS SOIL OF UTRISH NATURAL RESERVE TO CHEMICAL POLLUTION

abstract 1121508049 issue 112 pp. 669 – 679 30.10.2015 ru 960
In this article, we have presented a number of modeling experiments to investigate the chemical pollution of brown calcareous soil. It assesses the stability of brown calcareous soil of a nature reserve called Utrish to contamination with heavy metals in biological parameters. Pollution of brown calcareous soil with Cr, Cu, Ni, Pb and oil causes a significant reduction in biological parameters. The degree of reduction depends on the nature of the contaminant and its concentration in the soil. The study showed that the indicators used in the biological condition of the soil, could be recommended for use for diagnosis, monitoring, and regulation of chemical pollution of brown soil. According to the degree of resistance to chemical contamination, the brown soils of Russia form the following series: typical brown - brown carbonate - brown leached
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BLACK SOIL RESISTANCE TO COMBINED OIL AND ELECTROMAGNETIC POLLUTION

abstract 0911307129 issue 91 pp. 1881 – 1891 30.09.2013 ru 1751
This article shows how soil contamination with oil leads to a significant decrease in the values of its biological properties. High levels of induction of the alternating magnetic field intensified oil toxic effects
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EFFECTS OF COMBINED LEAD CONTAMINATION AND ALTERNATING MAGNETIC FIELD ON THE NUMBER OF SANDY SOIL MICROORGANISMS

abstract 0821208074 issue 82 pp. 1071 – 1080 31.10.2012 ru 1182
In the article, we have studied the effect of lead contamination, an alternating magnetic field, their combination on such groups of soil microorganisms, as ammonifying, amylolytic, nitrogen-fixing bacteria, and micromycetes. The pollution had a significant and different effect on the number of soil microorganisms. The nature and extent of this effect varied depending on the level of impact of each factor, and they were not linear
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