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Affiliate Master Yamaguchi University

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Soil science Volume 177 Issue 12 pp. 695 - 700
published_at 2012-12
Creators : Nishimura Syusaku Fujitake Nobuhide Hiradate Syuntaro Shindo Haruo Publishers : Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
日本土壌肥料学会講演要旨集 Volume 57 pp. 246 - 246
published_at 2011-08-08
Creators : Shindo Haruo Publishers : 日本土壌肥料学会
Journal of the science of soil and manure, Japan Volume 69 Issue 5 pp. 429 - 434
published_at 1998-10-05
Creators : Honma Hiromi Marumoto Takuya Nishiyama Masaya Shindo Haruo Publishers : 日本土壌肥料学会
Journal of the science of soil and manure, Japan Volume 68 Issue 6 pp. 614 - 621
published_at 1997-12-05
Creators : Guan Gang Marumoto Takuya Shindo Haruo Nishiyama Masaya Publishers : 日本土壌肥料学会
Soil science and plant nutrition Volume 43 Issue 4 pp. 811 - 818
published_at 1997-12
Creators : Azmal Abul Kalam Mohammad Marumoto Takuya Shindo Haruo Nishiyama Masaya Publishers : 日本土壌肥料学会
Soil science and plant nutrition Volume 42 Issue 3 pp. 463 - 473
published_at 1996-09
Creators : Azmal Abul Kalam Mohammad Marumoto Takuya Shindo Haruo Nishiyama Masaya Publishers : 日本土壌肥料学会
Soil science and plant nutrition Volume 42 Issue 3 pp. 483 - 492
published_at 1996-09
Creators : Azmal Abul Kalam Mohammad Marumoto Takuya Shindo Haruo Nishiyama Masaya Publishers : 日本土壌肥料学会
Journal of Japan Society on Water Environment Volume 17 Issue 9 pp. 596 - 599
published_at 1994
Creators : Usui Keiji Shindo Haruo Marumoto Takuya Kishino Takuo Publishers : 日本水環境学会
Journal of Japan Society on Water Environment Volume 16 Issue 10 pp. 690 - 695
published_at 1993
Creators : Usui Keiji Kishino Takuo Higashi Toshio Shindo Haruo Marumoto Takuya Publishers : 日本水環境学会
Journal of the science of soil and manure, Japan Volume 63 Issue 6 pp. 709 - 711
published_at 1992-12-05
Creators : Shindo Haruo Marumoto Takuya Fujimoto Koji Higashi Toshio Publishers : 日本土壌肥料学会
Journal of the science of soil and manure, Japan Volume 51 Issue 6 pp. 497 - 502
published_at 1980-12-05
Creators : Shindo Haruo Marumoto Takuya Higashi Toshio Publishers : 日本土壌肥料学会
Soil science and plant nutrition Volume 26 Issue 2 pp. 185 - 190
published_at 1980-06
Decomposition of organic nitrogenous materials in soil was affected by C/N ratio.Immobilization of nitrogen mineralized from nitrogenous material added to the soil was influenced by the degradability of carbonaceous and nitrogenous materials.The turnover of nitrogen which had been freshly immobilized in the presence of glucose in the soil was faster than that immobilized with cellulose or lignin. The effect of soil-drying on the mineralization of organic nitrogen immobilized through the decomposition of carbonaceous and nitrogenous materials in the soil depended significantly on the availability of carbonaceous materials as a microbial energy source.However, the drying effect was not always proportional to the amount of organic nitrogen accumulated in the soil.
Creators : Marumoto Takuya Shindo Haruo Higashi Toshio Publishers : 日本土壌肥料学会
Soil science and plant nutrition Volume 25 Issue 4 pp. 591 - 600
published_at 1979-12
Phenolic compounds in the soils collected from plow layers of greenhouse and field cultures were surveyed quantitatively by gas chromatography. The results are as follows : 1) p-Coumaric, ferulic, salicylic, p-hydroxybenzoic, vanillic, syringic, and protocatechuic acids were detected in all upland soils, as in the case of paddy and forest soils reported previously. Among these phenolics, p-coumaric acid was present in the largest quantity in most of the upland soils up to 29.0 ppm. 2) The total amounts of individual phenolic acids in the upland soils ranged from 9.5 to 62.0 ppm (average 26.0 ppm). Also, the amounts were less than 0.18% (average 0.10%) of the total soil organic matter. The average values in the upland soils were higher than those in the paddy soils, but were lower than those in the forest soils. 3) In upland soils, the concentrations of p-hydroxybenzoic, vanillic, syringic, p-coumaric, and ferulic acids, which have no chelating ability, were considerably related to the carbon content of soil, but the concentrations of protocatechuic and salicylic acids, which are chelating agents, were not related to that of soil. These relationships agreed with those found in paddy and forest soils.
Creators : Shindo Haruo Marumoto Takuya Higashi Toshio Publishers : 日本土壌肥料学会
Journal of the science of soil and manure, Japan Volume 49 Issue 3 pp. 250 - 252
published_at 1978-06-05
Creators : Marumoto Takuya Shindo Haruo Higashi Toshio Publishers : 日本土壌肥料学会
Journal of the science of soil and manure, Japan Volume 49 Issue 2 pp. 111 - 115
published_at 1978-04-05
Creators : Marumoto Takuya Shindo Haruo Higashi Toshio Publishers : 日本土壌肥料学会