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Soil aggregation in the seedbed: a review II. Effect of ...

1989-8-1  II. Effect of Aggregate Sizes on Plant Growth M.V. BRAUNACK1 and A.R. DEXTER Department of Soil Science, Waite Agricultural Research Institute, Glen Osmond, SA 5064 (Australia) (Accepted for publication 16 January 1989 ) ABSTRACT Braunack, M.V. and Dexter, A.R., 1989. Soil aggregation in the seedbed: a review. II.

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(PDF) Effect of aggregate size in cell cultures of ...

Effect of aggregate size in cell cultures of Saussurea medusa on cell growth and jaceosidin production ... Aggregate growth and jaceosidin ... Plant cell suspension culture is a powerful and ...

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The effect of soil aggregate size on early shoot and root ...

The effect of soil aggregate size on early shoot and root growth of maize {Zea mays L.) R. G. DONALD, B. D. KAY and M. H. MILLER Department of Land Resource Science, University of Guelph, Guelph, Canada NIG 2W1 Received 8 December 1986. Revised June 1987 Key words: aggregate roundness, aggregate strength, maize, plant nutrients, shoot length, root

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Effect of plant communities on aggregate

Carbon (C) content in pools of very young soils that developed during 45years from loess was analysed in relation to vegetation: deciduous and coniferous forests and cropland. We hypothesised that variations in the amount of particulate organic matter (POM) can explain the C accumulation and also affects the C bound to mineral surfaces in soil under various vegetation. Soil samples were ...

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Soil Aggregates - an overview ScienceDirect Topics

A soil aggregate is a group of primary soil particles that cohere to each other more strongly than to other surrounding particles. Soil aggregates form through the combined action of cohesion and fragmentation processes. That is, attractive and disruptive forces act on the particles in the soil to cause greater cohesion among some particles, and groups of particles, than others.

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(PDF) Soil structure and plant growth - ResearchGate

2020-10-5  Soil Preparation: Soil is the source of nutrients and water necessary for plant growth (Passioura 1991) [15] . It is the storehouse of several micro-organism which may be beneficial and harmful ...

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Intrasectoral structural change and aggregate

This paper investigates the sources of total factor productivity growth in the German manufacturing sector during 1981–1998. Decompositions of aggregate productivity growth are used to identify the effects of structural change and entry–exit on aggregate productivity growth. We find a substantial rise in productivity growth after the German reunification.

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Effects of Aggregate Properties on Concrete - Size,

Effect of Grading. Effects of aggregate properties on Concrete like Grading of aggregates depends on the proportions of coarse and fine aggregate. If grading of aggregate is varied, it also changes cement paste content (cost economy), workability of the mix, density and porosity. It is an important factor and has a maximum influence on workability.

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How do aggregates of different sizes mediate soil

The results indicate that large aggregates are the main structural unit supplying soil nutrients (nitrogen and phosphorus) for plant growth. Furthermore, plant species diversity may affect the ...

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The effect of soil aggregate size on early shoot and root ...

The effect of soil aggregate size on early shoot and root growth of maize {Zea mays L.) R. G. DONALD, B. D. KAY and M. H. MILLER Department of Land Resource Science, University of Guelph, Guelph, Canada NIG 2W1 Received 8 December 1986. Revised June 1987 Key words: aggregate roundness, aggregate strength, maize, plant nutrients, shoot length, root

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Effects (1).pdf - 13 2.2.2 Soil aggregate stability Soil ...

13 2.2.2 Soil aggregate stability Soil aggregate stability is an important indicator of soil structural stability and resilience as it affects many vital soil processes such as erosion, water infiltration and macropores development (Blanco-Canqui et al., 2017). Previous studies have reported both positive (Curaqueo et al., 2014; Burrell et al., 2016; Gamage et al., 2016; Ma et al. 2016; Obia ...

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Aggregate Productivity Growth Decomposition: an

2017-11-30  aggregate productivity growth by using firm/plant level datasets. These methods have been uncovering the sizable impacts of resource reallocation for the aggregate productivity growth. We categorize these methods into (i) reduced form decomposition methods (BHC-FHK decomposition, OP decomposition, and PL decomposition) and (ii) the structural

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Structural and kinetic analysis of protein-aggregate ...

A corresponding relationship between aggregate fragility and growth has also been predicted theoretically : v max = (2 [protein] k + k −) 1 / 2 e. [1] Here, v max is the maximum growth rate, [protein] is the concentration of monomers, e is Euler´s number, and k + and k − are the rate constants for aggregate elongation and fragmentation ...

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Plant Growth and Water Purification of Porous Vegetation ...

2016-4-20  Plant growth is inhibited in concrete because of the limited space for rooting and sprouting, the low water permeability and retentivity, and the low nutrient content [5–8]. Porous vegetation concrete allows water and nutrients to be supplied, enabling plant growth [9–11]. Also, CO2 emissions

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Long-term effect of conservation tillage on structural ...

2016-6-4  Long-term effect of conservation tillage on structural properties and ... The architectural arrangement of the soil matrix determines the functions required for plant growth and the sus- ... important effect of the aggregate size in this property. In fact, aggregate size and organic carbon explained a 90% of ...

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Indexing Structural Distortion: Sectoral Productivity ...

2017-9-19  Structural Change and Growth Sakai Ando and Koffie Nassar ... misallocation at manufacturing-plant level affects aggregate total factor productivity in China, India and the United States (Hsieh and Klenow, 2007), the effect of sector-level resource misallocation on aggregate total factor productivity in Japan (Miyagawa, Fukao, Hamagata, and ...

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SOILS, PLANT GROWTH AND CROP PRODUCTION

2016-11-29  SOILS, PLANT GROWTH AND CROP PRODUCTION 2. Mendelian Principles of Plant Inheritance 2.1. Quantitative Traits in Plants 2.2. Environmental Effects on Crop Populations 3. Quantifying Environmental and Genetic Variance in Plant Populations 3.1. Role of Environment versus Heritability 3.2. Genotype by Environment (GxE) Interactions 3.3.

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Silica in Plants: Biological, Biochemical and Chemical ...

INTRODUCTION. Silicon (Si) in a chemically combined form is ubiquitous in nature. The Si content of soils can vary dramatically from 9) allows its uptake by plants.Silicic acid is generally found in soils at concentrations ranging ...

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How do aggregates of different sizes mediate soil

The results indicate that large aggregates are the main structural unit supplying soil nutrients (nitrogen and phosphorus) for plant growth. Furthermore, plant species diversity may affect the ...

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Structural Change and Productivity Growth: A Review with ...

aggregate productivity performance by changing the distribution of activities in favour of the latter or, couched differently, structural change is a source of productivity growth. Whereas relative sectoral productivity levels change and cause structural change, what is important here is the role such that change means for aggregate performance.

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Effects (1).pdf - 13 2.2.2 Soil aggregate stability Soil ...

13 2.2.2 Soil aggregate stability Soil aggregate stability is an important indicator of soil structural stability and resilience as it affects many vital soil processes such as erosion, water infiltration and macropores development (Blanco-Canqui et al., 2017). Previous studies have reported both positive (Curaqueo et al., 2014; Burrell et al., 2016; Gamage et al., 2016; Ma et al. 2016; Obia ...

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Long-term effect of conservation tillage on structural ...

2016-6-4  Long-term effect of conservation tillage on structural properties and ... The architectural arrangement of the soil matrix determines the functions required for plant growth and the sus- ... important effect of the aggregate size in this property. In fact, aggregate size and organic carbon explained a 90% of ...

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THE EFFECT OF STRUCTURAL REFORMS ON

2020-3-20  THE EFFECT OF STRUCTURAL REFORMS ON PRODUCTIVITY AND PROFITABILITY ENHANCING REALLOCATION: ... shown that productivity growth at the aggregate level is closely connected to ... use plant-level data on quantities and prices for the U.S. to

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Indexing Structural Distortion: Sectoral Productivity ...

2017-9-19  Structural Change and Growth Sakai Ando and Koffie Nassar ... misallocation at manufacturing-plant level affects aggregate total factor productivity in China, India and the United States (Hsieh and Klenow, 2007), the effect of sector-level resource misallocation on aggregate total factor productivity in Japan (Miyagawa, Fukao, Hamagata, and ...

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SOILS, PLANT GROWTH AND CROP PRODUCTION

2016-11-29  SOILS, PLANT GROWTH AND CROP PRODUCTION 2. Mendelian Principles of Plant Inheritance 2.1. Quantitative Traits in Plants 2.2. Environmental Effects on Crop Populations 3. Quantifying Environmental and Genetic Variance in Plant Populations 3.1. Role of Environment versus Heritability 3.2. Genotype by Environment (GxE) Interactions 3.3.

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Aggregate Productivity Growth: Lessons from

2021-2-12  In this paper, we exploit establishment-level data to examine the relationship between microeconomic productivity dynamics and aggregate productivity growth. After synthesizing the evidence from recent studies, we conduct our own analysis using establishment-level data for U.S. manufacturing establishments as well for selected service industries. The use of longitudinal micro data on service ...

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What is Soil Structure? (with pictures) - wiseGEEK

2021-1-20  Another consideration in discussing soil structure is the ability of the soil to support plant life. Soils are made up of four different components: minerals, organic matter, air, and water. Soils that contain 90 percent mineral and around 10 percent organic matter, also called humus, are able to support plant growth well.

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Plant species richness and functional groups have ...

In later years (i.e., for the first time in 2005), the effect reversed, and plant species richness reduced soil water content in 0.3 m soil depth. The negative effect of plant species richness affected almost the entire soil profile in 2011 and 2012, that is, 9 and 10 years after sowing (Figures 1c and 2b).

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