Bioactive Compounds in Agricultural Soils

This volume looks at the impact that different cropping systems and tillage have on soil’s biologically active substances. It considers how phytotoxins accumulate and can inhibit the development of cultivated plants. Coverage explores the continuous cropp

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Bioactive Compounds in Agricultural Soils

Bioactive Compounds in Agricultural Soils

Lech Wojciech Szajdak Editor

Bioactive Compounds in Agricultural Soils

Editor Lech Wojciech Szajdak Institute for Agricultural and Forest Environment Polish Academy of Sciences Poznan, Poland

ISBN 978-3-319-43106-2 ISBN 978-3-319-43107-9 DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-43107-9

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Contents

1

Introduction: Biologically Active Compounds ..................................... Lech Wojciech Szajdak

Part I 2

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Biologically Active Substances in Cropping Systems

Free, Bounded, and Included in Humic Acids Amino Acids: Thermal Properties of Humic Acids from Cropping Systems ............ Lech Wojciech Szajdak, Irena Życzyńska-Bałoniak, and Kazimiera Wegner

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Conversions and Pathways of Organic Carbon and Organic Nitrogen in Soils ...................................................................................... Stanisław Kalembasa and Dorota Kalembasa

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Free Sulfuric Amino Acids and Rhodanese in Soils Under Rye Cropping and Crop Rotation ......................................................... Lech Wojciech Szajdak and Teodor Rusu

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Amino Acids, Indole-3-Acetic Acid, Stable and Transient Radicals, and Properties of Humic and Fulvic Acids as Affected by Tillage System ..................................................................... 113 Lech Wojciech Szajdak, Miguel L. Cabrera, and Adam Jezierski

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Rate of Leaching of Organic and Inorganic Compounds in Tilled and Orchard Soils .................................................................... 131 Lech Wojciech Szajdak, Jerzy Lipiec, Anna Siczek, Urszula Kotowska, and Artur Nosalewicz

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Impact of Long-Term Agricult