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Effect of Temperature Condition on Nitrogen Mineralization and Soil Microbial Community Shift in Volcanic Ash Soil
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 Title & Authors
Effect of Temperature Condition on Nitrogen Mineralization and Soil Microbial Community Shift in Volcanic Ash Soil
Joa, Jae-Ho; Moon, Doo-Gyung; Koh, Sang-Wook; Hyun, Hae-Nam;
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 Abstract
This study was carried out to evaluate effect of temperature condition on nitrogen mineralization of organic matter, distribution of microbial group by PLFA profiles, and soil microbial community structure in volcanic ash soil. Dried soil 30 g mixed well each 2 g of pellet (OFPE) organic fertilizers, pig manure compost (PMC), and food waste compost (FWC). And then had incubated at , , and , respectively. Nitrogen mineralization rate increased with increasing temperature and that was in the order of FWC>OFPE>PMC. Distribution ratio of microbial group by PLFA profiles were different significantly caused by incubation temperature and the type of organic matter. As incubating time passed, density of microbial group decreased gradually. The Gram-bacteria PLFA/Gram+ bacteria PLFA, Fungi PLFA/Bacteria PLFA, and Unsaturated PLFA/saturated PLFA ratios were decreased according to the increasing temperature gradually. But cy19:0/ ratio increased both FWC and PMC treatment. Principal component analysis using PLFA profiles showed that microbial community structure made up clearly at both 75 days () and 270 days () by temperature factor. As incubating time passed, microbial community structure shifted gradually.
 Keywords
Temperature;Nitrogen mineralization;Microbial community shift;Volcanic ash soil;
 Language
Korean
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