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Revision of the western African earthworm genus Millsonia (Octochaetidae : Oligochaeta).
Sims, R. W.
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Sims has written: 'Revision of the eastern African earthworm genus Polytoreutus (Eudrilidae: Oligochaeta)' 'Revision of the western African earthworm genus Millsonia (Octochaetidae. Full text Revision of the western African earthworm genus Millsonia book "Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History)" See other formats.
A detailed morphological revision of the species belonging to Revision of the western African earthworm genus Millsonia book genus Millsonia BEDDARD, is presented, and a new species Millsonia bouna sp.
is described. Revision of the Western African Earthworm Genus Millsonia (Octochaetidae Oligochaeta), R.W. Sims Picasso's War, Russell Martin Allan and the Holy Flower, H.
Rider Haggard. West African earthworm genus Millsonia Beddard, (Oligochaeta: Acanthodrilidae, Benhamiinae) reviewed and separation of a new genus.
Acta Zoologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 52(1): [2,3,D,E,F,TMS]. Millsonia Beddard, (Oligochaeta: Acanthodrilidae, Benhamiinae) reviewed and separation of a new genus.
Acta Zoologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 52(1): Some environmental factors affecting earthworm populations and sweet potato production in the Tari Basin, Papua, New Guinea.
Agriculture Journal, l - Sims, Revision of the western african earthworms genus Millsonia (octochatidae, oligocheta) Bulletin of British Museum of Zoology. Ser., This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Earthworm biomass and production in savannas are limited by seasonal precipitation and the lack of organic and nutrient resources; I hypothesize that after a long-term protection of savanna from fire and agricultural activities drastic changes in the physical and chemical characteristics of the soil occur with a concomitant increase in earthworm abundance and activities.
Similar changes might Cited by: 4. Earthworms (Millsonia anomala, Megascolecidae) do not increase rice growth through enhanced nitrogen mineralization.
Soil Biology and Biochemistry, Blouin et al., — Blouin, M., Lavelle, P., Laffray, D., Drought stress in rice (Oryza sativa L.) is enhanced in the presence of the compacting earthworm Millsonia anomala.
The llanos of Venezuela and Colombia have an extension of aboutkm 2 and is the largest region of savannas located to the north of South America.
These savannas have a high mean annual temperature (about 27°C) and relative high mean annual precipitation (over mm), which are responsible for an active rate of chemical weathering and for the development of extensive well Cited by: 2. BIBLIOGRAPHIC INFORMATION PB81— Soil Biology as Related to Land Use Practices: Proceedings of the International Soil Zoology Colloquium (7th) of the International Society of Soil Science .ESSS) Held at Syracuse, New York on July 29—August 3,PERFORMER: Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Revision of the western african earthworms genus Millsonia (octochatidae, oligocheta) Bulletin of British Museum of Zoology. Ser., Six J., Bossuyt H., Degryze S., et Denef K., A history of research on the link between (micro) aggregates, soil biota, and soil organic matter dynamics.
Soil and Tillage Research, 7 - soil ecology and ecosystem services classes and functional groups interact with each other (Fig. How these complex interactions affect ecosystem processes and functions is still widely unknown, as most studies on diversity– function relationships in soil have been conducted under controlled conditions and have restricted manipulations.
Biomass - Detection Production and Usage - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online for free. Martin, A. Short-and long-term effects of the endogeic earthworm Millsonia anomala (Omodeo) (Megascolecidae, Oligochaeta) of tropical savannas, on soil organic matter.
Biology &. Published in: Folia. IA SIMS, R.W., 20,00 Revision of the Eastern African Earthworm Genus Polytoreutus / Revision of the Western African Earthworm Genus Millsonia / A Classification and the Distribution of Earthworms, Suborder Lumbricina; 3 papers.
46. The 16 invited papers were edited to form the eight sections in the first edition of Earthworm Ecology, which covered all the major aspects of earthworm ecology, including earthworm diversity, behavior, physiology and general ecology, and the roles of earthworms in nutrient cycling, soil maintenance, plant growth, ecotoxicology, and waste.
Objectives and Structure of the Book This book provides an overview of the principal concepts that have been developed over the past decades concerning the effects of trees on soil fertility and an in-depth discussion of the methodological approaches that are appropriate to their study.
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