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As minhocas e o manejo do solo: o caso do plantio direto do arroz irrigado

  title={As minhocas e o manejo do solo: o caso do plantio direto do arroz irrigado},
  author={Maria Cecilia Luise and Carolina Bartz and Amarildo PasinP and Ana Cl{\'a}udia and Rodrigues de Lima and Dirceu Neri Gassen},

Recommendations for assessing earthworm populations in Brazilian ecosystems

A set of variables is proposed to be evaluated when studying earthworm communities and other macrofauna groups to help guide future studies on earthworms in Brazil and other countries, optimize data collection and replicability, allow comparisons between different studies, and promote the use of earthworms as soil quality bioindicators.

Ecosystem Engineers in a Self-organized Soil: A Review of Concepts and Future Research Questions

Abstract Soils are self-organized ecological systems within which organisms interact within a nested suite of discrete scales. Microorganisms form communities and physical structures at the smallest

Soil Animals and Pedogenesis: The Role of Earthworms in Anthropogenic Soils

Abstract The role of earthworms as one of the most important groups of ecosystem engineers in human-modified and natural environments has been increasingly recognized only during the last 30 years,



Organic matter dynamics and carbon sequestration rates for a tillage chronosequence in a Brazilian Oxisol

Amounts and rates of C sequestration under no-tillage are not known for a major ecological region of south Brazil. These were assessed in a Brazilian Oxisol under a plow and no-tillage chronosequence

Exotic, peregrine, and invasive earthworms in Brazil: diversity, distribution, and effects on soils and plants.

Considering the large diversity of earthworms in Brazil, and the little available information, much more work is warranted to adequately assess and predict the diversity, distribution and potential environmental impacts, positive or negative, of invasive earthworm species in Brazil.

Populações de oligoquetos (Annelida: Oligochaeta) em um Latossolo Vermelho submetido a sistemas de uso do solo

Evaluated earthworm population dynamics in agricultural and livestock systems using as reference an area under native vegetation found SPD, SILP, and PC systems benefited the development and establishment of earthworms population.

Soil invertebrates and ecosystem services

How Earthworms Affect Plant Growth: Burrowing into the Mechanisms

Effects of Earthworm on Plants: The History 14 Earthworms and Plant Production in the Tropics 15 The Mechanisms by Which Earthworms Affect Plant Growth: A Conceptual Background 17 Types and Modes of

The establishment ofearthworm communities

This chapter attempts to trace the origins of present earthworm communities from geological times by studying the communities, roles and morphology of present-day earthworms.

Exotic and native earthworms in various land use systems of Central, Southern and Eastern Uruguay.

The results show the great adaptability of lumbricids to various levels of disturbance and suggest the possibility of a large incidence of exotic worm species in Uruguayan soils.