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Antioxidative compounds of Polygonum viviparum L. from different altitudes(PDF)

Chinese Journal of Applied & Environmental Biology[ISSN:1006-687X/CN:51-1482/Q]

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Vol.09 No.5
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522-524
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Reviews
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Title:
Antioxidative compounds of Polygonum viviparum L. from different altitudes
Author(s):
ZHOU Dangweiet al.
(South China Institute of Botany,Chinese Academy of Sciences, Guangzhou510650, China ) (1 Guangzhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Guangzhou510405, China ) ( 2Guangdong Institute of Microbiology, Guangzhou510070, China )
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Keywords ecological restoration soil microorganisms soil enzymes soil respiration rates
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Abstract:
Abstract Analyses and comparison were conducted to investigate the properties of soil and amount of soil microorganisms in the bare spent oil shale and the soil developed on the 1year and 16year experimental forestation field, which was located in the soil waste dumping area of Maoming, Guangdong Province. The results revealed that the amount of soil cultural microorganisms in the 16 year experimental forestation field was 20 times as much as that in the bare spent oil shale; soil enzyme activities, including urease, phosphatase, invertase activities, and soil respiration rates were obviously higher, the properties of soil were also greatly improved; while the characteristics of soil microorganisms were little different between the 1year experimental forestation field and the bare spent oil shale. The study showed that the effect on plant rehabilitation through Acacia auriculaeformis was better than that through Eucalyptus sp. Tab 2, Ref 11

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