Insects - the best of soils meliorators

Show simple item record Kuharuk, Ecaterina Burghelea, Aurelia Cojocaru, Olesea Rusnac, Veaceslav Panuș, Alexandru Veliscu, A. 2021-03-22T07:47:10Z 2021-03-22T07:47:10Z 2013
dc.identifier.citation KUHARUK, Ecaterina, BURGHELEA, Aurelia, COJOCARU, Olesea et al. Insects - the best of soils meliorators. In: Actual problems of protection and sustainable use of the animal world diversity: int. sci. conf., 10-12 oct. 2013, 8th ed. Chișinău, 2013, pp. 140-141. ISBN 978-9975-66-361-8. en_US
dc.identifier.isbn 978-9975-66-361-8
dc.description Affiliation: Kuharuk Ecaterina, Burghelea Aureliu, Cojocaru Olesea, Rusnac Veacheslav, Panuş Alexandru, Veliscu A., Institute of Soil Science, Agrochemistry and Soil Protection” Nicolae Dimo”. en_US
dc.description.abstract Effect on soil small invertebrate animals, including insects, is very large. This was first noticed by Darwin. In Moldova, a great contribution in the development of science pedozoology introduced Nicholas Dimo, who studied in detail the life and work of ants, their impact on the soil. N. Dimo in 1955 published a book, «Observations and studies on soil fauna», which summed up his longterm supervision. In the soil of a large number of live insects (beetles, ants, etc.), which have a great influence on the process of soil formation. By doing numerous passages in the soil, they loosen the soil and improve its physical properties and water. Insects, actively participating in the recycling of crop residues, enrich the soil with humus and minerals. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.subject ameliorarea solului en_US
dc.subject nevertebrate en_US
dc.subject proprietăţi fizico-chimice ale solului en_US
dc.subject effects en_US
dc.subject invertebrates en_US
dc.subject soil chemicophysical properties en_US
dc.subject soil improvement en_US
dc.title Insects - the best of soils meliorators en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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