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Biomorfogenetic Diagnostics of the Irrigative Soils Suitable for Vegetable in the Azerbaijan Subtropic Zone
Authors:
Orudzheva Naila Hidayat, Babayev Maharram Pirverdi
ISBN:
978-1-940366-17-3
Published Date:
December, 2014
Pages:
285
Paperback:
$100
Publisher:
Science Publishing Group
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Table of Contents
The Whole Book
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Front Matter
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Chapter 1 Research Objects and Work Method
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1.1 Research Object
1.2 Research (Work) Method
Chapter 2 Morphogenetic Diagnostics, Classification and Systematic Research Object Soils
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2.1 Morphogenetic Diagnostics of the Research Object Soils
2.1.1 Soils of Arid Subtropic Zone
2.1.2 Soils of the Semiarid Subtropic Zone
2.1.3 Soils of the Moderately Humid Subtropic Zone
2.2 Classification of the Research Object Soils
2.2.1 The Class - Naturally Evolved Soils
2.2.2 The Class of Anthropogenically Transformed Soils
2.3 Systematics of the Vegetable Suitable Soils of the Subtropic Zone
Chapetr 3 Biological Activity and Biodiagnostics of the Irrigative Soils
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3.1 Ferments Activity of the Irrigative Soils
3.1.1 Activity of Invertase Ferment
3.1.2 Urease Ferment Activity
3.1.3 Phosphatase Ferment Activity
3.1.4 Catalase Ferment Activity
3.1.5 Dehidrogenase Ferment Activity
Chapter 4 Dynamics of Microorganisms in the Irrigative Soils
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4.1 Dynamics of the Microorganisms Quantity in the Irrigative Grey-Brown Soils
4.2 Dynamics of the Microorganisms Quantity in the Irrigative Grey-Meadow Soils
4.3 Dynamics of the Microorganisms Quantity in the Irrigative Alluvial Meadow-Forest Soils
4.4 Dynamics of the Microorganisms Quantity in the Irrigative Gleyey-Yellow Soils
Chapter 5 Intensity of Biochemical Process in the Irrigative Soils
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5.1 Nitrification Ability of the Irrigative Soils
5.2 Ammonifixing Ability of the Irrigative Soils
5.3 An Intensity of the Carbon Dioxide Gas Decomposing from the Soil
5.4 Shattering Intensity of Cellulose
Chapter 6 Diagnostics of the Irrigative Soils and an Integral Parameter of the Biological State
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6.1 Biodiagnostics of the Subtropic Zone Soils
6.2 An Integral Parameter of the Soils Biological State in the Subtropic Zone
Chapter 7 Quantity of Humus and Nutrient in the Irrigative Soils
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7.1 Humus Quantity in the Irrigative Soils
7.2 A Quantity of the Nutrient in the Irrigative Soils
Chapter 8 Correlative Relation between of the Biological Parameters and Fertility Parameters of the Irrigative Soils in the Subtropic Zone
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8.1 Correlative Relation between Humus and Microorganisms Quantity and Ferments Activity in the Irrigative Soils
8.2 Correlative Relation between Biological Activity and Biochemical and Agrochemical Indicators of the Irrigative Soils
8.3 Correlative Relation between Ferments Activity and Temperature, Humidity in the Irrigative Soils
8.4 Correlative Relation between Ferments Activity and Humus Quantity and Productivity in the Irrigative Soils
Back Matter
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Author(s)
Orudzheva Naila Hidayat was born on 16.10.1956 in C. Naxchevan, Azerbaijan. She graduated from Faculty of Biology, Baku State University. After the university termination she worked as a leading scientific worker at Scientific Research Institute of Vegetable in Azerbaijan. Now she works as the leading scientific worker at Institute of Soil Science and Agrochemistry of National Academy of Science in Azerbaijan. Orudzheva Naila is a doctor of soil science, agricultural sciences. She is studying the biological diagnostics, biological activity of irrigated soils under vegetable cultures of subtropical zone in Azerbaijan. She has more than 140 published scientific works.

Babayev Maharram Pirverdi was born on 13.01.1937 in C. Barda, Azerbaijan. He graduated from Faculty of Agronomy, Azerbaijan State of Agrarian University. He works as the director of Institute of Soil Science and Agrochemistry of National Academy of Sciences in Azerbaijan. He is an academician who is studying the Republic’s soil genesis, present nomenclature and classification, theoretical basis of the anthropogenic influence of irrigated soils and soils degradation. He has more than 340 published scientific works.
Description
The soils profile and soil classification (in WRB) are given according to the irrigative soils genetic layers of the subtropik zone (arid, semiarid, humid-subhumid) in the presenting monograph. Besides this is a work of ferments activity ( invertaza, ureaza, phosphataza, catalaza, dehydrogenaza) under growing plants on the constant tillage and on crop rotation, biochemical process intensity (soil nitrification and ammonification ability, shattering intensity of carbon gas which is separated from soil and cellulose that replaced in soil profile) and study of the microorganisms quantity in the gleyey-yellow soils of the Lenkoran region and alluvial meadow-forestry soils of Guba-Khachmaz region, grey-meadow soils of the Shirvan plain, irrigative grey-brown soils of the Absheron zone. Biodiagnostics of the irrigative soils according to the biological indicators in comparison with the raw versions and constant tillage on crop rotation of the subtropik zone was given on the basis of factual figures at first, an integral parameters of the soils biological state has been defined on the basis of the complex biological indicators, biological estimation has been conducted, a necessity of the tillage schemes application which have been based on scientific side according to the soil biological estimation.

The monograph was a product of the scientific-research works which have been carried out in the regions differing from each other according to the soil-climate condition in 1985-2005, it is intended for specialists, soil scientists, agronomists, the persons who are busy with the soil biology. The author expresses her gratitude to the readers for rebukes and offers about monograph.
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