Denitrification in Soil and Sediment / Edition 1

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The conversion by bacteria of nitrogen in the soil into atmospheric nitrogen may deplete the soil, may help reduce excessive concentrations from fertilizers, and may be part of the natural environmental nutrient cycling. The process, its measurement, and its significance are examined in 20 papers from a June 1989 symposium in Aarhus, Denmark. The topics include biochemistry and genetics, ecophysiology, and the emission of nitrogen-oxygen compounds. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780306437212
  • Publisher: Springer-Verlag New York, LLC
  • Publication date: 3/1/1991
  • Series: FEMS Symposium Series , #56
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 364
  • Product dimensions: 0.88 (w) x 6.14 (h) x 9.21 (d)

Table of Contents

I. Biochemistry and Genetics of Denitrification.- 1. Bio-inorganic Aspects of Denitrification: Structures and Reactions of NxOy Compounds and their Interaction with Iron and Copper Proteins.- 2. Distribution and Diversity of Dissimilatory NO2- Reductases in Denitrifying Bacteria.- 3. Metabolism of Nitrous Oxide.- 4. Physiology, Biochemistry and Genetics of Nitrate Dissimilation to Ammonia.- II. Ecophysiology of Denitrification.- 5. Role of Environmental Factors in Regulating Nitrate Respiration in Intertidal Sediments.- 6. Physiological and Ecological Aspects of Aerobic Denitrification, a Link with Heterotrophic Nitrification?.- III. Emission of NxOy Compounds.- 7. Flux of NOx between Soil and Atmosphere: Importance and Soil Microbial Metabolism.- 8. Emissions of N2O from Various Environments — the Use of Stable Isotope Composition of N2O as a Tracer for the Studies of N2O Biogeochemical Cycling.- IV. Denitrification in Soil.- 9. Acetylene Inhibition Technique: Development, Advantages and Potential Problems.- 10. The Use of Acetylene for the Quantification of N2 and N2O Production from Biological Processes in Soil.- 11. Measuring Denitrification in Soils Using 15N Techniques.- 12. Rhizosphere Denitrification; a Minor Process but Indicator of Decomposition Activity.- 13. Characterizing the Variability of Soil Denitrification.- 14. Anaerobic Zones and Denitrification in Soil: Modeling and Measurement.- 15. Diffusion-Reaction Models of Denitrification in Soil Microsites.- V. Denitrification in Biofilm and Sediment.- 16. Combined Use of the Acetylene Inhibition Technique and Microsensors for Quantification of Denitrification in Sediments and Biofilms.- 17. Denitrification in Stream Biofilm and Sediment: In Situ Variation and Control Factors.- 18. Measurement of Sediment Denitrification Using 15N Tracer Method.- 19. Denitrification in Aquatic Sediments.- 20. Denitrification Model for Marine Sediment.- Contributors.

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