Fluoride-induced changes in chemical properties and microbial activity of mull, moder and mor soils

@article{Wilke2004FluorideinducedCI,
  title={Fluoride-induced changes in chemical properties and microbial activity of mull, moder and mor soils},
  author={B. -M. Wilke},
  journal={Biology and Fertility of Soils},
  year={2004},
  volume={5},
  pages={49-55}
}
  • B. Wilke
  • Published 1 October 1987
  • Chemistry
  • Biology and Fertility of Soils
SummaryFluoride-induced changes of chemical properties and microbial activities in humus soils were investigated in 12-week lysimeter experiments. The mull soil showed the highest F-adsorption capacity, in which 94% of the fluoride added was retained after addition of 4.5 mg F/cm2 as NaF. The moder and mor soils only adsorbed 52% and 41%, respectively. F-additions induced leaching of organic matter, Fe, Al and P and increases in soil pH in the moder and mor. In contrast no Al, Fe and P was… 
Effects of sodium selenite on microbial activity of mull, moder and mor soils
  • B. Wilke
  • Chemistry
    Biology and Fertility of Soils
  • 2004
SummaryEffects of Na2SeO3 on microbial activity of mull, moder and mor soils were investigated with perfusion experiments under controlled laboratory conditions. Treatments with Se at 50 mg/kg
Soil Microbial and Enzyme Activities Response to Pollution Near an Aluminium Smelter
The aim of this research was to assess the impact caused by a long-term pollution by fluoride and heavy metals in two soils (PS1 and PS2) near an aluminium smelter in Slovakia, on soil microbial
The effect of fluoride pollution on soil microorganisms
The influence of fluoride pollution on soil microorganisms was investigated in an Icelandic Brown Andosol. A laboratory experiment was performed where soil cores were leached with fluoride solutions
Oxalate‐fluoride anion exchange in alpine tundra soil: Impact on aluminium transport
Anion exchange between ubiquitous low‐molecular‐weight organic acids (LMWOA), such as oxalate, and surface‐retained inorganic anions, such as F−, SO42− and OH−, can play a critical role in Al
Fluoride contributes to the shaping of microbial community in high fluoride groundwater in Qiji County, Yuncheng City, China
TLDR
The results showed that Proteobacteria, with most relative abundance in groundwater, decreased along the groundwater fluoride concentration, and TOC likely plays an important role in shaping the microbial community structure in these groundwater systems.
...
...

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 24 REFERENCES
Retention and movement of fluoride in soils
Displacement and retention of fluoride in soils were studied in laboratory experiments. Fluoride adsorption and desorption isotherms were determined in the range of 0 to 5000 ..mu..g mL/sup -1/ of
Effect of fluoride pollution on the organic matter content of soil
In the present study effect of fluoride contamination of soil and litter by an aluminium factory on the organic matter content of soil is investigated. It was found that increase in fluoride content
Über Sorption und Wirkung von Blei auf die biologische Aktivität terrestrischer Humusformen
An O- und Ah-Lagen terrestrischer Humusformen wurden unter Verwendung von Perfusionsapparaturen Bleibelastungsversuche mit Pb (NO3)2 im Labor durchgefuhrt. Die Horizonte des Mullprofils wiesen die
Methodische Untersuchungen zur Bestimmung des intrapleuralen Druckes
  • F. BenderF. Heine
  • Medicine
    Beiträge zur Klinik der Tuberkulose und spezifischen Tuberkulose-Forschung
  • 2005
TLDR
Bei der Druckregistierung mit dem Federmanometer ließen sich pulsatorische Pleuradruckschwankungen beobachten, die den atembedingten Druckänderungen aufgepfropft sind.
Wechselwirkungen yon Fluorid mit einem minerali
  • 1975
1982b) Fluoride-induced mobili
  • 1982
An Assessment of some Thermal and Chemical Techniques used in the Study of the Poorly-Ordered Aluminosilicates in Soil Clays
Abstract The usefulness of various techniques for characterizing poorlyordered inorganic gel systems in clays is considered. Many established instrumental techniques are unsuitable, but thermal
...
...