Resistance and resilience of Cu-polluted soil after Cu perturbation, tested by a wide range of soil microbial parameters.

@article{Deng2009ResistanceAR,
  title={Resistance and resilience of Cu-polluted soil after Cu perturbation, tested by a wide range of soil microbial parameters.},
  author={Huan Deng and Xiao-fang Li and Wang-da Cheng and Yong-guan Zhu},
  journal={FEMS microbiology ecology},
  year={2009},
  volume={70 2},
  pages={137-48}
}
Copper (Cu)-polluted and unpolluted soils were used to study the effect of initial pollution on soil biological resistance and resilience by measuring the responses to perturbation using different parameters. Microbial biomass carbon, substrate-induced respiration and copy numbers of 16S rRNA gene were grouped as general parameters, while potential ammonia oxidation rate and copy numbers of amoA gene were grouped as specific functions. In addition, to illustrate how initial pollution affects… CONTINUE READING

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