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- Ma, Hai‐Yan; Yang, Bo; Wang, Hong‐Wei; Yang, Qi‐Yin; Dai, Chuan‐Chao
- Journal of the science of food and agriculture 2016 v.96 no.1 pp. 245-253
- Fusarium oxysporum; Ralstonia solanacearum; Serratia marcescens; continuous cropping; crop yield; developmental stages; edaphic factors; enzyme activity; fermentation; flowering; fungi; hydrogen; peanuts; peroxidase; plant pathogens; remediation; rhizosphere; root nodules; soil bacteria; soil enzymes; sucrose alpha-glucosidase; sustainable development; urease; vines
- ... BACKGROUND: Continuous cropping practices cause a severe decline in peanut yield. The aim of this study was to investigate the remediation effect of Serratia marcescens on continuously cropped peanut soil. A pot experiment was conducted under natural conditions to determine peanut agronomic indices, soil microorganism characteristics, soil enzyme activities and antagonism ability to typical pathog ...
- Serment, Amélie; Giger‐Reverdin, Sylvie; Schmidely, Philippe; Dhumez, Ophélie; Broudiscou, Laurent P; Sauvant, Daniel
- Journal of the science of food and agriculture 2016 v.96 no.1 pp. 160-168
- ammonia; carbohydrates; carbon dioxide; diet; fermentation; goats; hydrogen; inoculum; methane; pH; rumen fermentation; total mixed rations; volatile fatty acids
- ... BACKGROUND: In vitro techniques are used to predict ruminant feedstuff values or characterise rumen fermentation. As the results are influenced by several factors, such as the relative effects of inocula and substrates, this study aimed to examine in vitro incubation of two total mixed rations (substrates) differing in their proportion of concentrate [low (L): 350 g kg⁻¹ vs. high (H): 700 g kg⁻¹] ...