Pedosphere 6(4): 341--348, 1996
ISSN 1002-0160/CN 32-1315/P
©1996 Soil Science Society of China
Published by Elsevier B.V. and Science Press
Effect of magnetic field on enzyme activities in main soils of northeast China
LIU Xiao-Yi, YI Yan-Li and XIA Yan-Ling
Shenyang Agricultural University, Shengang 110161 (China)
ABSTRACT
      Soil enzyme activities as affected by applied magnetic field were studied with three main soils (brown soil, black soil and albic soil) collected from Northeast China. Appropriate intensities of magnetic field could obviously enhance the activities of hydrogen peroxidases, invertases, amylases and phosphatases in the three soils, although the effect varied with types and water regimes of the soils. Increasing times of magnetic treatment could multiple its good effect on the activities of hydrogen peroxidases in soils.
Key Words:  magnetic effect, magnetic treatment, soil enzyme activity
Citation: Liu, X. Y., Yi, Y. L. and Xia, Y. L. 1996. Effect of magnetic field on enzyme activities in main soils of northeast China. Pedosphere. 6(4): 341-348.
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