Soil Enzyme List of References

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Soil Enzyme List of References

 

  1. Acosta- Martínez, V., and Harmel, R. D. 2006. Soil microbial ommunities and enzyme activities under various poultry litter application rates. Journal of Environmental Quality 35(4): 1309–18.
  2. Acosta- Martínez, V., and Tabatabai, M. A. 2011. Phosphorus cycle enzymes in Methods of Soil Enzymology. 161-172. Madison, WI: Soil Science Society of America.
  3. Allison, S. D. 2006. Soil minerals and humic acids alter enzyme stability: Implications for ecosystem processes. Biogeochemistry 81(3): 361–73.
  4. Allison, S. D., and Vitousek, P. M. 2005. Responses of extracellular enzymes to simple and complex nutrient inputs. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 37(5): 937–44.
  5. Bandick, A. K., and Dick, R. P. 1999. Field management effects on soil enzyme activities. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 31(11): 1471–79.
  6. Bellm C. W., Acosta- Martínez, V., McIntyre, N. E., Cox, S., Tissue, D., Zak, J. C. 2009. Linking microbial community structure and function to seasonal differences in soil moisture and temperature in a Chihuahuan desert grassland.
  7. Bolton, H., Elliott, L. F., Papendick, R. I. and Bezdicek, D. F. 1985. Soil microbial biomass and selected soil enzyme activities: Effect of fertilization and cropping practices. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 17(3): 297–302.
  8. Bowles, T. M., Acosta-Martínez, V., Calderón, F., and Jackson, L. E. 2014. Soil enzyme activities, microbial communities, and carbon and nitrogen availability in organic agroecosystems across an intensively-managed agricultural landscape. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 68: 252–62.
  9. Burns, R. G., DeForest, J. L. Marxsen, J., Sinsabaugh, R. L., Stromberger, M. E., Wallenstein, M. D., Weintraub, M. N., and Zoppini, A. 2013. Soil enzymes in a changing enviornment: Current knowledge and future directions. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 58:216-234.
  10. Caldwell, B. A. 2005. Enzyme activities as a component of soil biodiversity: A review.” Pedobiologia 49(6): 637–44.
  11. Deng, S. and Popova, I. 2011. Carbohydrate hydrolases in Methods of Soil Enzymology. 185-198. Madison, WI: Soil Science Society of America.
  12. Dick, R. P and Kandeler, E. 2005. Enzymes in soils in Encyclopedia of Soils in the Enviornment. 448-456.
  13. Dick, W. A. 1984. Influence of long-term tillage and crop rotation combinations on soil Enzyme activities. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 48: 569–74.
  14. Frankenberger, W. T., and Dick, W. A. 1983. Relationships between enzyme activities and microbial growth and activity indices in soil. Soil Science Society of America Journal 47(5): 945.
  15. Kandeler, E., Poll, C., Frankenberger, W. T., Tabatabai, M. A. 2011. Nitrogen cycle enzymes in Methods of Soil Enzymology. 211–45. Madison, WI: Soil Science Society of America.
  16. Lee, Y. B., Lorenz, N., Dick, L. K., and Dick, R. P. 2007. Cold storage and pretreatment incubation effects on soil microbial properties. Soil Science Society of America Journal 71(4): 1299.
  17. Mbuthia, L. W., Acosta-Martínez, V., DeBryun, J., Schaeffer, S., Tyler, D., Odoi, E., Mpheshea, M., Walker, F., Eash, N. 2015. Long term tillage, cover crop, and fertilization effects on microbial community structure, activity: Implications for soil quality. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 89: 24–34.
  18. Nanniperi, P., Giagnoni, L., Landi, L., Renella, G. 2011. “Role of Phosphatase Enzymes in Soil” Phosphorus in action – Biological processes in soil phosphurs cycling. Soil Biology (26): 215-243.
  19. Panettieri, M., Knicker, H., Murillo, J. M., Madejón, E., Hatcher, P. C. 2014. Soil organic matter degradation in an agricultural chronosequence under different tillage regimes evaluated by organic matter pools, enzymatic activities and CPMAS 13C NMR. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 78: 170–81.