Soil Enzymology

Enzymes are the vital activators in life processes, likewise in the soil they are known to play a substantial role in maintaining soil health and its environment. Soil enzymes are critically important to the functioning of the soil. The enzymatic activity in the soil is mainly of microbial origin, being derived from intracellular, cell-associated or free enzymes.Healthy soils are essential for the integrity of terrestrial ecosystems to remain intact or to recover from disturbances, such as drought, climate change, pest infestation, pollution, and human exploitation including agriculture.

  • Methodology of Soil Enzyme
  • Enzyme Diversity in Soils
  • Michaelis–Menten Enzyme Kinetics
  • Application of Kinetic Models

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