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《Chinese Journal of Tropical Agriculture》 2004-03
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A Review of Effects of Soil Environmental Changes on Soil Microbe

XIE Longlian1,2) CHEN Qiubo2) WANG Zhenhui3) LIU Xiaoxiang1,2)( 1 College of Agronomy,SCUTA,Danzhou,Hainan 571737;2 Tropical Crops Genetic Resources Institute,CATAS,Danzhou,Hainan 571737;3 Rubber Research Institute,CATAS/ Ministry of Agriculture Key Lab for Tropical Crops Physiology,Danzhou,Hainan 571737 )  
Soil microbe, an indicator of soil health, plays an important role in nutrient cycling as well as in soil formation and development and soil fertility maintenance and improvement. However, the soil microbe is sensitive to any chan ges in soil environment and related human activity. The present paper reviews im pacts of soil environmental variations on soil microbe activity and population d ynamics with a view to encouraging researches and management practices on soil m icrobe health and soil health.
【CateGory Index】: S154.36
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