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Impacts of Soil Type on Microbial Community from Paddy Soils in Gyeongnam Province
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Impacts of Soil Type on Microbial Community from Paddy Soils in Gyeongnam Province
Lee, Young-Han; Ahn, Byung-Koo; Lee, Seong-Tae; Shin, Min-A; Kim, Eun-Seok; Song, Won-Doo; Sonn, Yeon-Kyu;
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 Abstract
This study evaluated the soil microbial communities by fatty acid methyl ester (FAME) method in soils (6 sites for immatured paddy, 9 sites for normal paddy, and 5 sites for sandy paddy) in Gyeongnam Province. The soil microbial biomass carbon content in normal and sandy paddy were 1,235 and , respectively, showing the soil microbial biomass carbon content in normal paddy was higher than that in sandy paddy. The soil organic matter contents of immatured and normal paddy were higher than sandy paddy (p<0.05). The communities of total bacteria and Gram-negative bacteria in normal paddy were significantly higher than those in sandy paddy (p<0.05). Total bacteria communities should be considered as a potential responsible factor for the obvious microbial community differentiation.
 Keywords
Paddy;Microbial community;Soil type;FAME;
 Language
Korean
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경남지역 논토양 미생물 특성과 글로말린 함량 상관관계,이영한;김민근;옥용식;

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