Research Topics Soil microbiology & biochemistry

By Prof. Fazal Rehman Shamil

Research Area/ Research Interest: Soil microbiology & biochemistry

Research Paper Topics for: Masters and PhD Thesis and publication

  1. Phyto and Microbial Remediation of Heavy Metals and Radionuclides in the Environment: An Eco-Friendly Solution for Detoxifying Soils
  2.  Indigenous arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi play a role in phosphorus depletion in organic manure amended high fertility soil
  3.  Agronomic and physiological traits associated with genetic improvement of phosphorus use efficiency of wheat grown in a purple lithomorphic soil
  4.  Ammonia-oxidizing bacteria and fungal denitrifier diversity are associated with N2O production in tropical soils
  5.  Application of cotton straw biochar and compound Bacillus biofertilizer decrease the bioavailability of soil cd through impacting soil bacteria
  6.  Bacteria isolated from cultivated soil after liming promote seed germination and seedling growth of crop plants
  7.  Bentonite-humic acid improves soil organic carbon, microbial biomass, enzyme activities and grain quality in a sandy soil cropped to maize (Zea mays L.) in a …
  8.  Bentonite-humic acid improves soil organic carbon, microbial biomass, enzyme activities and grain quality in a sandy soil cropped to maize (Zea mays L.) in a …
  9.  Cautionary notes on the use of co-occurrence networks in soil ecology
  10.  Crop rotational complexity affects plant-soil nitrogen cycling during water deficit
  11.  Disentangling the impact of contrasting agricultural management practices on soil microbial communities–Importance of rare bacterial community members
  12.  Diversity of bacterium communities in saline-alkali soil in arid regions of Northwest China
  13.  Durum wheat salt stress tolerance is modulated by the interaction between plant genotypes, soil microbial biomass, and enzyme activity
  14.  Effects of crop residue incorporation and properties on combined soil gaseous N2O, NO, and NH3 emissions—A laboratory-based measurement approach
  15.  Effects of ecological restoration measures on vegetation and soil properties in semi-humid sandy land on the southeast Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau, China
  16.  Herbaceous plant species support soil microbial performance in deciduous temperate forests
  17.  How habitat moisture condition affects the decomposition of fine woody debris from different species
  18.  Impact of varying levels of soil salinity on emergence, growth and biochemical attributes of four Moringa oleifera landraces
  19.  Metagenomic monitoring of soil bacterial community after the construction of a crude oil flowline
  20.  Microbial functional genes influenced by short-term experimental drought across European agricultural fields
  21.  Pathways of biogenically excreted organic matter into soil aggregates
  22.  Phospholipid fatty acids in soil—drawbacks and future prospects
  23.  Pool complexity and molecular diversity shaped topsoil organic matter accumulation following decadal forest restoration in a karst terrain
  24.  Potential of Seaweed Extract on Growth, Physiological, Cytological and Biochemical Parameters of Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) Seedlings
  25.  Purification, biochemical characterization, and molecular cloning of cellulase from Bacillus licheniformis strain Z9 isolated from soil
  26.  Rapid transfer of C and N excreted by decomposer soil animals to plants and above-ground herbivores
  27.  Residual activity of sulfentrazone and its impacts on microbial activity and biomass of Brazilian Savanna soils
  28.  Response of soil chemical properties, enzyme activities and microbial communities to biochar application and climate change in a Mediterranean …
  29.  Role of forest site type in determining bacterial and biochemical properties of soil
  30.  Seasonal drought in Mediterranean soils mainly changes microbial C and N contents whereas chronic drought mainly impairs the capacity of microbes to …
  31.  Sporadic P limitation constrains microbial growth and facilitates SOM accumulation in the stoichiometrically coupled, acclimating microbe–plant–soil model
  32.  Structure and function of the soil microbiome underlying N2O emissions from global wetlands
  33.  Surviving trees and deadwood moderate changes in soil fungal communities and associated functioning after natural forest disturbance and salvage logging
  34.  Testing the environmental controls of microbial nitrogen-mining induced by semi-continuous labile carbon additions in the subarctic
  35.  The Effect of Kerosene Pollution on the Cellulolytic Activity of Albic Retisols and Arenosols (Aridic): A Laboratory Experiment
  36.  The life of soils: Integrating the who and how of multifunctionality
  37.  Tolerance of pesticides and antibiotics among beneficial soil microbes recovered from contaminated rhizosphere of edible crops
  38.  Will a legacy of enhanced resource availability accelerate the soil microbial response to future climate change?
  39.  Wound Infection Caused by Chromobacterium violaceum: A Case Report from a Tertiary Care Hospital in Bangladesh
  40.  Assessment of Soil Health Indicators Under the Influence of Nanocompounds and
  41.  Biochemical and sensory traits of potato for processing purpose as influenced by vermicompost and potassium sources
  42.  Biochemical characterization and ecofriendly field application of the plant growth-promoting rhizobacterium Bacillus amyloliquefaciens MH046937 isolated from …
  43.  Comparative plant biochemistry and soil biology of wild and cultivated cotton species
  44.  Effect of Different Tillage Systems on Soil Organic Carbon and Enzymatic Activity. Agronomy 2022, 12, 208
  45.  Evaluation of the Antioxidant Activity and Mycochemical Screening of Two Penicillium oxalicum Isolated from Soil and Leaves of Solanum lycopersicum …
  46.  Influence of Cultivation Technology on the Productivity of Spring Wheat and the Humus State of Southern Carbonate Soils of Northern Kazakhstan
  47.  Microbial validation of organic preparations used in natural farming
  48.  On Maintenance and Metabolisms in Soil Microbial Communities
  49.  Physiological and Biochemical Mechanisms of Improving Salt and Drought Tolerance in Okra Plants Based on Applied Attapulgite Clay
  50.  Responses of Soil Properties and Bacterial Community to the Application of Sulfur Fertilizers in Black and Sandy Soils.
  51.  Soil Pollution Factors Affecting the Quality of Crops (Solanum Tuberosum L.)
  52.  The Use of Phosphorus-Containing Waste and Algae to Produce Biofertilizer for Tomatoes
  53. … (N2O and CO2) Associated with Applied Different Rates of Nitrogen and Their Influences on Growth, Productivity, and Physio-Biochemical Attributes of Green Bean …
  54. … Effects of Local Environmental and Biogeographic Factors on the Composition and Structure of Bacterial Communities in Arid Monospecific Mangrove Soils
  55. … of biochar and N fertilizer shifted nitrification rate and amoA gene abundance of ammonia-oxidizing microorganisms in salt-affected anthropogenic-alluvial soil
  56. A 25-Year History of the use of Organic Soil Amendments in Oman: A review
  57. A Compact, Membrane-less, Easy-to-Use Soil Microbial Fuel Cell: Generating Electricity from Household Rice Washing Wastewater
  58. A non-symbiotic novel species, Rhizobium populisoli sp. nov., isolated from rhizosphere soil of Populus popularis
  59. A sketch of microbiological remediation of explosives-contaminated soil focused on state of art and the impact of technological advancement on hexahydro-1, 3, 5 …
  60. Advances in Bioremediation and Phytoremediation for Sustainable Soil Management
  61. Alcanivorax limicola sp. nov., isolated from a soda alkali-saline soil
  62. Alcanivorax limicola sp. nov., isolated from a soda alkali-saline soil
  63. Alteribacter salitolerans sp. nov., isolated from a saline-alkaline soil
  64. An Improved Amplex Red‐based Fluorometric Assay of Phenol Oxidases and Peroxidases Activity: A Case Study on Haplic Chernozem
  65. An Improved Bibliometric Analysis on Antibiotics in Soil Research
  66. Antibiotic-producing bacteria isolated from some natural habitats in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Nigeria
  67. Antibiotic-producing bacteria isolated from some natural habitats in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Nigeria
  68. Applying biochemical and structural characterization of hydroxycinnamate catabolic enzymes from soil metagenome for lignin valorization strategies
  69. Arbuscular mycorrhizal inoculation and plant response strongly shape bacterial and eukaryotic soil community trajectories
  70. Arbuscular mycorrhizal inoculation and plant response strongly shape bacterial and eukaryotic soil community trajectories
  71. Arbuscular mycorrhizas increased tomato biomass and nutrition but did not affect local soil P availability or 16S bacterial community in the field.
  72. Aridity decreases soil protistan network complexity and stability
  73. Assembly of functional microbial communities in paddy soil with long-term application of pig manure under rice-rape cropping system
  74. Assessing changes in soil quality between protected and degraded forests using digital soil mapping for semiarid oak forests, Iran
  75. Assessment of biological activity in mountain chernozems and mountain-meadow chernozemic soils of natural biogeocenoses in the Central Caucasus, Russia
  76. Automated Soil Microbiology Using Lensless and LDI MS Imaging with Buried Slides
  77. Azospirillum tabaci sp. nov., a bacterium isolated from rhizosphere soil of Nicotiana tabacum L
  78. Benefits of applying organic amendments from recycled wastes for fungal community growth in restored soils of a limestone quarry in a semiarid environment
  79. Bioaugmentation and Biostimulation: Comparison of Their Long-Term Effects on Ecotoxicity and Biological Activity of Oil-Contaminated Soil
  80. Biochemical characterization and biological properties of mycelium extracts from Lepista sordida GMA-05 and Trametes hirsuta GMA-01: new mushroom strains …
  81. Biochemical Characterization of Thermostable Carboxymethyl Cellulase and β-Glucosidase from Aspergillus fumigatus JCM 10253
  82. Biochemical Characterization, Antifungal Activity, and Relative Gene Expression of Two Mentha Essential Oils Controlling Fusarium oxysporum, the Causal Agent of
  83. Biochemical Parameters and Their Optimization Strategies for Microbial Bioremediation of Wastewater
  84. Biochemical, molecular and in silico characterization of arsenate reductase from Bacillus thuringiensis KPWP1 tolerant to salt, arsenic and a wide range of pH
  85. Biodegradation of Endosulfan—a Chlorinated Cyclodiene Pesticide by Indigenous Pseudomonas sp. MSCAS BT01
  86. Biogas: microbiological research to enhance efficiency and regulation
  87. Biogeography of soil protistan consumer and parasite is contrasting and linked to microbial nutrient mineralization in forest soils at a wide-scale
  88. Biological production of medium-chain carboxylates through chain elongation: An overview
  89. Bio‐mediated soil improvement: An introspection into processes, materials, characterization and applications
  90. Cadmium‐tolerant bacteria: current trends and applications in agriculture
  91. Can the Biological Activity of Abandoned Soils Be Changed by the Growth of Paulownia elongata x Paulownia fortunei?—Preliminary Study on a Young Tree …
  92. Can the Biological Activity of Abandoned Soils Be Changed by the Growth of Paulownia elongata× Paulownia fortunei?—Preliminary Study on a Young Tree …
  93. Cattle Manure Fermented with Biochar and Humic Substances Improve the Crop Biomass, Microbiological Properties and Nutrient Status of Soil
  94. Changes in microbial biomass and activity of tropical soil submitted to successive Eucalyptus rotations in the semi-arid region of Brazil
  95. Changes in organic carbon and microbiology community structure due to long-term irrigated agriculture on Luvisols in the Brazilian semi-arid region
  96. Changes in soil aggregate-associated organic carbon, enzymatic activity, and biological pools under conservation agriculture based practices in rice–wheat system
  97. Characteristics of iron cycle and its driving mechanism during the development of biological soil crusts associated with desert revegetation
  98. Characterization of cellular, biochemical and genomic features of the diazotrophic plant growth-promoting bacterium Azospirillum sp. UENF-412522, a novel member …
  99. Characterization of Franz Josef Land Soil Mycobiota by Microbiological Plating and Real-time PCR
  100. Chemical and microbiological changes in the soil mediated by different vegetative coverings in a Natal orange orchard
  101. Chemical, biochemical, and microbiological properties of Technosols produced from urban inorganic and organic wastes
  102. CO2 biogeochemical investigation and microbial characterization of red wood ant mounds in a Southern Europe montane forest
  103. Combined application of H2S and a plant growth promoting strain JIL321 regulates photosynthetic efficacy, soil enzyme activity and growth-promotion in rice under
  104. Combined bioaugmentation and biostimulation techniques in bioremediation of pentachlorophenol contaminated forest soil
  105. Combined Use of Novel Endophytic and Rhizobacterial Strains Upregulates Antioxidant Enzyme Systems and Mineral Accumulation in Wheat
  106. Comparative Genomic Analysis of Pseudoxanthomonas sp. X-1, a Bromoxynil Octanoate-Degrading Bacterium, and Its Related Type Strains
  107. Comparison of soil characteristics related to C and N processes in Eastern Hungarian and Central Japanese soils under different land use and nutrient supply
  108. Comparison of the Responses of Soil Fungal Community to Straw, Inorganic Fertilizer, and Compost in a Farmland in the Loess Plateau
  109. Composition identification and functional verification of bacterial community in disease‐suppressive soils by machine learning
  110. Conversion of Brazilian savannah to agricultural land affects quantity and quality of labile soil organic matter
  111. Converting primary forests to cultivated lands: Long-term effects on the vertical distribution of soil carbon and biological activity in the foothills of Eastern Himalaya
  112. Corallococcus silvisoli sp. nov., a novel myxobacterium isolated from subtropical forest soil
  113. D2O labelling reveals synthesis of small, water-soluble metabolites in soil
  114. Dairy manure pellets and palm oil mill effluent as alternative nutrient sources in cultivating Sporosarcina pasteurii for calcium carbonate bioprecipitation
  115. Dark CO2 fixation in temperate beech and pine forest soils
  116. Decomposition and nutrient release from legume and non‐legume residues in a tropical soil
  117. Degradation of Diuron by a Bacterial Mixture and Shifts in the Bacterial Community During Bioremediation of Contaminated Soil
  118. Depth effects on bacterial community assembly processes in paddy soils
  119. Developing a soil quality index model for assessing landscape-level soil quality along a toposequence in almond orchards using factor analysis
  120. Different responses of soil nitrogen to combined addition of labile carbon sources with fresh versus decomposed litter
  121. Different sources of irrigation water affect heavy metal accumulation in soils and some properties of guava fruits
  122. Differential accumulation patterns of microbial necromass induced by maize root vs. shoot residue addition in agricultural Alfisols
  123. Disentangling the effects of nitrogen availability and soil acidification on microbial taxa and soil carbon dynamics in natural grasslands
  124. Distribution of soil organic matter fractions are altered with soil priming
  125. Divergent belowground carbon allocation patterns of winter wheat shape rhizosphere microbial communities and nitrogen cycling activities
  126. Diversity of Colony Morphotypes, Biochemical Characteristics, and Drug Susceptibility Patterns of Burkholderia pseudomallei Isolated from Humans, Animals, and …
  127. Do interactions between application rate and native soil organic matter content determine the degradation of exogenous organic carbon?
  128. Does a decrease in microbial biomass alter mycorrhizal attributes and soil quality indicators in coal mining areas under revegetation process?
  129. Does grass-legume intercropping change soil quality and grain yield in integrated crop-livestock systems?
  130. Drought impacts on microbial trait distribution and feedback to soil carbon cycling
  131. Drought Stress Amelioration in Maize (Zea mays L.) by Inoculation of Bacillus spp. Strains under Sterile Soil Conditions
  132. Dynamics of microbial necromass in response to reduced fertilizer application mediated by crop residue return
  133. Dynamics of the Bacterial Community’s Soil During the In-Situ Degradation Process of Waste Chicken Feathers
  134. Dynamics of the Microbial Community and Opportunistic Pathogens after Water Stagnation in the Premise Plumbing of a Building
  135. Ecological State Assessment of Urban Soils by Bioassay
  136. Ecotoxicological Assessment of Brownfield Soil by Bioassay
  137. Effect of Different Tillage Systems on Soil Organic Carbon and Enzymatic Activity
  138. Effects of atrazine on soil microbial indicators and the evaluation of herbicide attenuation in microcosms
  139. Effects of chemicals used in cultivation of rapeseed on the: microorganisms and their activity in soil
  140. Effects of Copper and the Insecticide Cypermethrin on a Soil Ciliate (Protozoa: Ciliophora) Community
  141. Effects of different short‐term tillage managements on rhizosphere soil autotrophic CO2‐fixing bacteria in a double‐cropping rice paddy field
  142. Effects of different vegetation restoration on soil nutrients, enzyme activities, and microbial communities in degraded karst landscapes in southwest China
  143. Effects of Grazing Indigenous Laying Hens on Soil Properties: Benefits and Challenges to Achieving Soil Fertility
  144. Effects of heavy metals on microorganisms and enzymes in soils of lead–zinc tailing ponds
  145. Effects of microplastics on soil properties: Current knowledge and future perspectives
  146. Effects of some biological agents on the growth and biochemical parameters of tomato plants infected with Alternaria solani (Ellis & Martin) Sorauer
  147. Eisenia fetida mediated vermi-transformation of tannery waste sludge into value added eco-friendly product: An insight on microbial diversity, enzyme activation, and …
  148. Electromicrobiology: the ecophysiology of phylogenetically diverse electroactive microorganisms
  149. Elevated CO2 affects the rhizosphere microbial community and the growth of two invader plant species differently in semiarid Mediterranean soils
  150. Elevation Matters More than Season in Shaping the Heterogeneity of Soil and Root Associated Ectomycorrhizal Fungal Community
  151. Engineering microbial technologies for environmental sustainability: choices to make
  152. Engineering microbial technologies for environmental sustainability: choices to make
  153. Environmental Distribution, Metabolic Fate, and Degradation Mechanism of Chlorpyrifos: Recent and Future Perspectives
  154. Environmental filtering controls soil biodiversity in wet tropical ecosystems
  155. Environmental harshness mediates the relationship between aboveground and belowground communities in Antarctica
  156. Environmental harshness mediates the relationship between aboveground and belowground communities in Antarctica
  157. Enzymatic Analyses in Soils
  158. Enzymes in rhizosphere engineering
  159. Evaluating forest soil quality after deforestation and loss of ecosystem services using network analysis and factor analysis techniques
  160. Evaluating the Inhibitory Effect of Streptomyces Bacteria Against Pathogenic Bacteria: Compatibility with Antibiotic Types
  161. Evaluation of integrated responses of tillage and herbicides on weeds, soil biochemistry and productivity of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) in the Eastern Sub-Himalayan …
  162. Exogenous Indole-3-Acetic Acid Induced Ethanol Tolerance in Phylogenetically Diverse Saccharomycetales Yeasts
  163. Fertilization and Soil Microbial Community: A Review
  164. Field application of pure polyethylene microplastic has no significant short-term effect on soil biological quality and function
  165. Flavobacterium selenitireducens sp. nov., isolated from rhizosphere soil of ancient mulberry
  166. Genome-Resolved Metagenomics Reveals Distinct Phosphorus Acquisition Strategies between Soil Microbiomes
  167. Global meta-analysis of terrestrial nitrous oxide emissions and associated functional genes under nitrogen addition
  168. Halorubrum salipaludis sp. nov., isolated from the saline–alkaline soil
  169. Historical forest disturbance reduces soil microbial efficiency across multiple carbon sources
  170. Hymenobacter terricola sp. nov., isolated from Antarctic soil
  171. Immobilization of Pb and Cd by two strains and their bioremediation effect to an iron tailings soil
  172. Impact of Eisenia fetida earthworms and biochar on potentially toxic element mobility and health of a contaminated soil
  173. Impact of Exogenously Sprayed Antioxidants on Physio-Biochemical, Agronomic, and Quality Parameters of Potato in Salt-Affected Soil
  174. Impact of PrsA on membrane lipid composition during daptomycin-resistance-mediated β-lactam sensitization in clinical MRSA strains
  175. Increased soil microbial AOB amoA and narG abundances sustain long-term positive responses of nitrification and denitrification to N deposition
  176. Increased Tea Saponin Content Influences the Diversity and Function of Plantation Soil Microbiomes
  177. Inducible boron resistance via active efflux in Lysinibacillus and Enterococcus isolates from boron-contaminated agricultural soil
  178. Inoculation of cellulolytic and ligninolytic microorganisms accelerates decomposition of high C/N and cellulose rich sugarcane straw in tropical sandy soils
  179. Inoculation of Salt-Tolerant Acinetobacter sp (RSC9) Improves the Sugarcane (Saccharum sp. Hybrids) Growth Under Salinity Stress Condition
  180. Integrated microbiology and metabolomics analysis reveal responses of soil microorganisms and metabolic functions to phosphorus fertilizer on semiarid farm
  181. Integrative analyses of geochemical parameters-microbe interactions reveal the variation of bacterial community assembly in multiple metal (loid) s contaminated …
  182. Intensive citrus plantations suppress the microbial profiles of the β-glucosidase gene
  183. Investigation of the aerobic biochemical treatment of food waste: A case study in Zhejiang and Jiangsu provinces in China
  184. Investigation of the effects of the conversion of forests and rangeland to cropland on fertility and soil functions in mountainous semi-arid landscape
  185. Investigation on the potential of eco-friendly bio-char for amendment in serpentine soils and immobilization of heavy metals contaminants: a review
  186. Isolation and Characterization of Enterobacter, Klebsiella, and Clostridium
  187. Isolation and Identification of Azospirillum
  188. Isolation and Identification of Derxia Species from the Soil Sample
  189. Isolation and Identification of Pigment Producing Bacteria From the Ratargul Swamp Forest Soil
  190. Kaistella soli sp. nov., isolated from oil-contaminated experimental soil
  191. Kinetic modelling, production optimization, functional characterization and phyto-toxicity evaluation of biosurfactant derived from crude oil biodegrading Pseudomonas …
  192. Labile Soil Carbon as an Indicator of Soil Organic Matter Quality in the Province of Vojvodina, Serbia
  193. Large-scale homogenization of soil bacterial communities in response to agricultural practices in paddy fields, China
  194. Life and death in the soil microbiome: how ecological processes influence biogeochemistry
  195. Limited effects of century-old biochar on taxonomic and functional diversities of collembolan communities across land-uses
  196. Long-Term Effects of Soil Remediation with Willow Short Rotation Coppice on Biogeographic Pattern of Microbial Functional Genes
  197. Lysobacter terrestris sp. nov., isolated from soil
  198. Measurements of fine root decomposition rate: Method matters
  199. Mesorhizobium xinjiangense sp. nov., isolated from rhizosphere soil of Alhagi sparsifolia
  200. Mesorhizobium xinjiangense sp. nov., isolated from rhizosphere soil of Alhagi sparsifolia
  201. Metabacillus dongyingensis sp. nov. Is Represented by the Plant Growth-Promoting Bacterium BY2G20 Isolated from Saline-Alkaline Soil and Enhances the Growth of …
  202. Metabolic potentials of members of the class Acidobacteriia in metal‐contaminated soils revealed by metagenomic analysis
  203. Metagenomes of Lichens Solorina crocea and Peltigera canina
  204. Microbial “hotspots” of organic matter decomposition in temperate peatlands are driven by local spatial heterogeneity in abiotic conditions and not by vegetation …
  205. Microbial and chemical dynamics of brewers’ spent grain during a low-input pre-vermicomposting treatment
  206. Microbial Consortia Are Needed to Degrade Soil Pollutants
  207. Microbial functional genes driving the positive priming effect in forest soils along an elevation gradient
  208. Microbial Indices to Assess Soil Health under Different Tillage and Fertilization in Potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) Crop
  209. Microbiological insights into anaerobic digestion for biogas, hydrogen or volatile fatty acids (VFAs): a review
  210. Microfluidics as an Emerging Platform for Exploring Soil Environmental Processes: A Critical Review
  211. Microfluidics as an Emerging Platform for Exploring Soil Environmental Processes: A Critical Review
  212. Microorganism: an ecofriendly tool for waste management and environmental safety
  213. Mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions from a red acidic soil by using magnesium-modified wheat straw biochar
  214. Mutual effects of crude oil and plants in contaminated soil: a field study
  215. Nanosensors for microbial detection in soil
  216. Natural attenuation and bioremediation of chlorpyrifos and endosulfan in periurban horticultural soils of Buenos Aires (Argentina) using microcosms assays
  217. Nickel tolerance and phytoremediation potential of quinoa are modulated under salinity: multivariate comparison of physiological and biochemical attributes
  218. Nitrogen addition increases microbial necromass in croplands and bacterial necromass in forests: A global meta-analysis
  219. Nitrogen addition slows litter decomposition accompanied by accelerated manganese release: A five-year experiment in a subtropical evergreen broadleaf forest
  220. Nitrogen fertilization effects on soil phosphorus dynamics under a grass-pasture system
  221. Nitrogen uptake and biochemical activity in maize rhizosphere during growth on acidic and neutralized soils
  222. Nutrient cycling and microbial responses to termite and earthworm activity in soils amended with woody residues in the Sudano-Sahel
  223. Opportunities and knowledge gaps in biochemical interventions for mining of resources from solid waste: A special focus on anaerobic digestion
  224. Organic Amendment for the Recovery of Vineyard Soils: Effects of a Single Application on Soil Properties over Two Years
  225. Organic Fertilization of Growing Media: Response of N Mineralization to Temperature and Moisture
  226. Pedobacter segetis sp. nov., a Novel Bacterium Isolated from Soil
  227. Pedobacter segetis sp. nov., a Novel Bacterium Isolated from Soil
  228. Phenology-dependent root bacteria enhance yield of Brassica napus
  229. Phenotypic diversity and biochemical characteristics of selected rhizobia nodulating the common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.)
  230. Photosynthesis, Yield, Nutrient Availability and Soil Properties after Biochar, Zeolites or Mycorrhizal Inoculum Application to a Mature Rainfed Olive Orchard
  231. Physiological, Biochemical and Morphological Tolerance Mechanisms of Faba Bean (Vicia fabaL.) to the Combined Stress of Water Deficit and Phosphorus Limitation
  232. Plant Growth-promoting Effects of Viable and Dead Spores of Bacillus pumilus TUAT1 on Setaria viridis
  233. Plants with nitrate preference can regulate nitrification to meet their nitrate demand
  234. Polar soils exhibit distinct patterns in microbial diversity and dominant phylotypes
  235. Potato tillage method is associated with soil microbial communities, soil chemical properties, and potato yield
  236. Potential proteolytic enzyme activities modulate archaeal and bacterial nitrifier abundance in soils differing in acidity and organic residue treatment
  237. Precipitation changes, warming, and N input differentially affect microbial predators in an alpine meadow: Evidence from soil phagotrophic protists
  238. Predicting measures of soil health using the microbiome and supervised machine learning
  239. Propioniciclava soli sp. nov., isolated from forest soil, Yunnan, China, and reclassification of the genus Brevilactibacter into the genus Propioniciclava, and …
  240. Pseudaminobacter soli sp. nov., Isolated from Paddy Soil Contaminated with Heavy Metals
  241. Pseudarthrobacter albicanus sp. nov., isolated from Antarctic soil
  242. Pythium oligandrum in plant protection and growth promotion: Secretion of hydrolytic enzymes, elicitors and tryptamine as auxin precursor
  243. Rangeland application of biochar and rotational grazing interact to influence soil and plant nutrient dynamics
  244. Relationship between soil carbon and nitrogen, soil properties, and dryland crop yields
  245. Remediation of metal-contaminated mine tailings by the application of organic and mineral amendments
  246. Revegetation of mined areas influences the physiological profile of bacterial communities and improves the biochemical functions of soil
  247. Revisiting diffusion-based moisture functions: why do they fail?
  248. Revisiting the quantitative contribution of microbial necromass to soil carbon pool: Stoichiometric control by microbes and soil
  249. Rice root Fe plaque enhances oxidation of microbially available organic carbon via Fe (III) reduction-coupled microbial respiration
  250. Rice root Fe plaque enhances oxidation of microbially available organic carbon via Fe (III) reduction-coupled microbial respiration
  251. RNA Virosphere in a Marine Zooplankton Community in the Subtropical Western North Pacific
  252. Root exudates shift how N mineralization and N fixation contribute to the plant-available N supply in low fertility soils
  253. Sabulicella rubraurantiaca gen. nov., sp. nov., a new member of the family Acetobacteraceae, isolated from desert soil
  254. Screening and identification of cellulose-degrading bacteria from soil and leaves at Kerman province, Iran
  255. Seasonality drives microbiome composition and nitrogen cycling in soil below biocrusts
  256. Selenium Resistant Bacilli and Pseudomonas as Potential Candidate for Selenium and Iron Biofortification in Maize Plants
  257. Soil aggregation, glomalin and enzyme activities under conservation tilled rice-wheat system in the Indo-Gangetic Plains
  258. Soil carbon sequestration–An interplay between soil microbial community and soil organic matter dynamics
  259. Soil carbon stocks and dynamics of different land uses in Italy using the LUCAS soil database
  260. SOIL COMPOSITION AND ITS EFFECTS ON FERTILITY IN ROMITAN DISTRICT
  261. Soil Enzyme Activity Response under the Amendment of Different Types of Biochar
  262. Soil fungal community and mating type development of Tuber melanosporum in a 20-year chronosequence of black truffle plantations
  263. Soil microbial community response to winter climate change is phylogenetically conserved and highly resilient in a cool-temperate forest
  264. Soil oxidoreductase zymography: Visualizing spatial distributions of peroxidase and phenol oxidase activities at the root-soil interface
  265. Soil pH influences the structure of virus communities at local and global scales
  266. Soil-atmosphere exchange of CH4 in response to nitrogen addition in diverse upland and wetland ecosystems: A meta-analysis
  267. Soil-root interaction in the rhizosheath regulates the water uptake of wheat
  268. Soil-root interaction in the rhizosheath regulates the water uptake of wheat
  269. Spatial patterns of soil microbial communities and implications for precision soil management at the field scale
  270. Species-level identity of Pisolithus influences soil phosphorus availability for host plants and is moderated by nitrogen status, but not CO2
  271. Sphingomonas arenae sp. nov., isolated from desert soil
  272. Strategies of organic phosphorus recycling by soil bacteria: acquisition, metabolism, and regulation
  273. Survival of Curtobacterium flaccumfaciens pv. flaccumfaciens from soybean and common bean in soil
  274. Temporally Selective Modification of the Tomato Rhizosphere and Root Microbiome by Volcanic Ash Fertilizer Containing Micronutrients
  275. Tetracycline Resistance Genes in Escherichia coli Strains Isolated From Biofilm of Drinking Water System in Poultry Farms.
  276. The Effects of Rabbit Manure-Derived Biochar on Soil Health and Quality Attributes of Two Mine Tailings
  277. The Impact of Drought Stress on Soil Microbial Community, Enzyme Activities and Plants
  278. The importance of rare versus abundant phoD-harboring subcommunities in driving soil alkaline phosphatase activity and available P content in Chinese steppe …
  279. The Individual and Combined Effect of Nanoparticles and Biofertilizers on Growth, Yield, and Biochemical Attributes of Peanuts (Arachis hypogea L.)
  280. The path less taken: Long-term N additions slow leaf litter decomposition and favor the physical transfer pathway of soil organic matter formation
  281. The role of various ameliorants on geochemical arsenic distribution and CO2-carbon efflux under paddy soil conditions
  282. The Stabilization Method of Sewage Sludge Affects Soil Microbial Attributes and Boosts Soil P Content and Maize Yield in a Sludge-Amended Soil in the Field
  283. The use of soil enzymes activity, microbial biomass, and basal respiration to assess the effects of cobalt oxide nanomaterial in soil microbiota
  284. Tree decline and mortality following pathogen invasion alters the diversity, composition and network structure of the soil microbiome
  285. Types of Physical Soil Degradation and Implications for their Prevention and Monitoring
  286. Unveiling lignocellulolytic trait of a goat omasum inhabitant Klebsiella variicola strain HSTU-AAM51 in light of biochemical and genome analyses
  287. Vegetation creates microenvironments that influence soil microbial activity and functional diversity along an elevation gradient
  288. When microclimates meet soil microbes: Temperature controls soil microbial diversity along an elevational gradient in subtropical forests
  289. Williamsia soli sp. nov., an actinobacterium isolated from soil at a thermal power plant in Yantai, China
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