Effect of different agricultural management practices on soil biological parameters including glomalin fraction

https://doi.org/10.17221/207/2017-PSECitation:Gałązka A., Gawryjołek K., Grządziel J., Księżak J. (2017): Effect of different agricultural management practices on soil biological parameters including glomalin fraction. Plant Soil Environ., 63: 300-306.
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The aim of the study was to determine the glycoproteins content (total glomalin (TG), easily extractable glomalin (EEG) and soil proteins related to glomalin (GRSP)) in soil under long-term monoculture of maize. Soil microbiological and biochemical properties, including microbial biomass and enzymatic activity were also assessed. The presence of total, easily-extractable glomalin and soil proteins related to glomalin was dependent on both the growth phase of the plant and tillage system. The highest content of glomalin was detected in the soils under maize in direct sowing and reduced tillage. The glomalin content was correlated with soil biological activity. The linear regression was observed between TG and GRSP content, but no linear relationship was found between GRSP and Corg. The principal component analysis showed the strong correlations between the parameters of soil quality and biodiversity indicators. Selected indicators of soil microbial parameters explained 52.27% biological variability in soils.
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