Characterisation of water-extractable soil organic phosphorus by phosphatase hydrolysis

@inproceedings{Turner2002CharacterisationOW,
  title={Characterisation of water-extractable soil organic phosphorus by phosphatase hydrolysis},
  author={Benjamin L Turner and Ian D. McKelvie and P M Haygarth},
  year={2002}
}
Abstract Information on the chemical forms of organic phosphorus (P) in soil waters is fundamental to understanding the dynamics of soil organic P and its potential for transfer from soils to watercourses. Phosphatase enzymes were used to classify water-extractable molybdate-unreactive P (MUP) from five Australian pasture soils into compounds that could be hydrolysed by (i) alkaline phosphomonoesterase (comprising labile orthophosphate monoesters, such as sugar phosphates), (ii) a combination… CONTINUE READING

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