Studying the sensibility of Soil Particulate Organic Matters in Response to Changes of Prangos Uloptera DC Stands in Mountain Rangelands
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PhD candidate, Department of Range & Watershed Management, University of Mohaghegh Ardabili, Ardabil, IRAN
Associate Professor, Department of Range & Watershed Management, University of Mohaghegh Ardabili, Ardabil, IRAN
Professor, Department of Reclamation of Arid and Mountainous Regions, University of Tehran, Karaj, IRAN
Publication date: 2018-09-30
Eurasian J Anal Chem 2018;13(5):em58
In evaluating of affecting the kind of Prangos uloptra on components of soil particulate organic matters and spreading of aggregates, mountain range lands were selected as Khangah- Sorkh of Urmia. Soil samples from 0-15 cm and 15-3 0 cm depth was analyzed. So, two adjacent places with Prangos Uloptra stands dominance were detected and in each place 4 key land were identified and soil samples were collected. Particulate organic matter C (POM-C) and (POM-N), macro and micro aggregates were analyzed. Variance analyze results had shown that all of the analyzed factors were increased in the effect of increasing attendant diversity with Prangos uloptra stands in the second sampling place expect for macro-aggregates percentages. (POM-C), (POM-N), C with macro-aggregates and micro-aggregates were affected significantly by high plant diversity with Prangos uloptra stands that were signed in the second sampling place. These results accented the early appearance of managing changes in the components of N and unstable C and augmented the sensibility of soil particulate aggregates in response to plant managing changes of covering. Accordingly, having the information based on time changes of soil particulate aggregates components and spreading of aggregates are useful for managing process of range lands ecosystems.
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