Phenol oxidase , peroxidase and organic matter dynamics of soil

@inproceedings{SinsabaughPhenolO,
  title={Phenol oxidase , peroxidase and organic matter dynamics of soil},
  author={Robert L. Sinsabaugh}
}
Extracellular enzymes mediate the degradation, transformation and mineralization of soil organic matter. The activity of cellulases, phosphatases and other hydrolases has received extensive study and in many cases stoichiometric relationships and responses to disturbances are well established. In contrast, phenol oxidase and peroxidase activities, which are often uncorrelated with hydrolase activities, have been measured in only a small subset of soil enzyme studies. These enzymes are expressed… CONTINUE READING
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