Abstract Submission Deadline: July 29, 2024

Microbial Biomass Production

Microbial biomass (bacteria and fungi) is a measure of the weight of a living organism in the soil. Microbial biomass decomposes plant and animal fossils as well as living soil to release carbon dioxide and plant nutrients. Cultivation programs that replenish crop residues (e.g. no cultivation) often increase microbial biomass. Soil properties such as pH, clay, and the presence of living carbon all influence the size of the microbial biomass.

Rhizosphere 
Soil Organic Matter
Ecosystems
Microorganisms
Enzymes
Biomass
Microbial Communities
Proteins
Soil Organic Carbon

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