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[Difusion de oxigeno en suelos: Comprendiendo los factores y procesos necesarios para modelacion]

dc.contributor.authorNeira, Jose
dc.contributor.authorOrtiz, Mauricio
dc.contributor.authorMorales, Luis
dc.contributor.authorAcevedo, Edmundo 2015)
dc.descriptionSumarios (En, Es)
dc.description87 ref.
dc.descriptiontexto en ingles
dc.description.abstractOxygen is an important element for plant growth. Reducing its concentration in the soil affects plant physiological processes such as nutrient and water uptake as well as respiration, the redox potential of soil elements and the activity of microorganisms. The main mechanism of oxygen transport in the soil is by diffusion, a dynamic process greatly influenced by soil physical properties such as texture and structure, conditioning, pore size distribution, tortuosity and connectivity. Organic matter is a modifying agent of the soil’s chemical and physical properties, affecting its structure and the porous matrix, which are determinants of oxygen transport. This study reviews the theory of soil gas diffusion and the effect of soil organic matter on the soil’s physical properties and transport of gases. It also reviews gas diffusion models, particularly those including the effect of soil organic matter
dc.relation.ispartofChilean Journal of Agricultural Research
dc.title[Difusion de oxigeno en suelos: Comprendiendo los factores y procesos necesarios para modelacion]
dc.title.alternativeOxygen diffusion in soils: Understanding the factors and processes needed for modeling
dc.subject.spanishmanejo del suelo
dc.ubicacion.iniaEn las Bibliotecas del INIA
dc.codigo.temporalF07 P33
dc.paginas.temporalv. 75 (Supl. no. 1) p. 35-44

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