Survival and colonization of nematodes in a composting process
The results showed that composting processes inaccessible to insects or not in contact with soil did not significantly influence nematode succession during composting, and indicated that the rapidly changing nematodes community in compost is the result of both differential survival and colonization capacities.
The Effect of Soil Type and Ecosystems on the Soil Nematode and Microbial Communities
Both the biological indicators and basic soil properties indicated that the natural forest with a Chernozem soil was the best habitat from an ecological point of view, and this ecosystem is the most appropriate for ecological studies.
Long-term effects on soil nematode community structure in spruce forests of removing or not removing fallen trees after a windstorm
The responses of soil nematode communities to Bt maize cultivation at four field sites across Europe
Composition of soil nematode communities in native birch forests in Central Europe
Ecological evaluation of nematode communities in birch forests demonstrated that the conditions of the nematODE communities were rather stable with prevailing bacterial decomposition pathways, which reflects the dominance of bacteriovorous nematodes.
Soil nematode community changes associated with windfall and wildfire in forest soil at the High Tatras National Park, Slovak Republic
It is concluded that disturbance of forest vegetation and soil has had a clear and demonstrable impact on nematode communities in Lariceto-Piceetum forest in the High Tatras in Slovakia.
Species and genera of soil nematodes in forest ecosystems of the Vihorlat Protected Landscape Area, Slovakia
It is concluded that rich nematode fauna indicated undisturbed forest soil condition, nevertheless, the richness decreased with increasing altitude.
Diversity of soil nematodes in meadows of the White Carpathians
Soil nematodes were studied in 11 meadow sites in the White Carpathians and composition of nematode assemblages and their matrix classification indicated a low degree of anthropogenous disturbance to the meadows.
Short-term effects of forest disturbances on soil nematode communities in European mountain spruce forests
Analyses of nematodes extracted from different forest soil samples showed that the highest number of species and diversity index for species (H'spp) were in the REF site, and differences between the nematode fauna in REF and other localities were clearly depicted by cluster analysis.