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Figure 2. y Figure 3 of Persistence of microbial extracellular enzymes in soils under different temperatures and water availabilities [Dataset]

AuthorsGómez Fernández, Enrique J. ; Delgado Romero, José A. ; González Grau, Juan Miguel
Issue DateJun-2020
CitationGómez, E.J., Delgado, J.A., González, J.M.; (2020); Figure 2. y Figure 3 of Persistence of microbial extracellular enzymes in soils under different temperatures and water availabilities [Dataset] DOI: 10.20350/digitalCSIC/12525
AbstractFigure 2. Decay rates as a function of water availability and temperature for extracellular enzymes from mesophiles and thermophiles at three different soils. Extracellular enzymes: A, B and C (upper row), glucosidases; D, E and F (central row), phosphatases; G, H and I (lower row), proteases. Left column (A, D and G), Seville soil (South Spain); Center column (B, E and H), Cadiz soil (South Spain); Right column (C, F and I), North Spain soil. Symbols: in red, decay of extracellular enzymes from thermophiles at 60ºC; in blue, decay of extracellular enzymes from mesophiles at 20ºC; in black, decay of extracellular enzymes from thermophiles at 20ºC. Points resulted from the average of triplicated samples. Error bars indicate a standard deviation
Figure 3. NMDS ordination of decay rates as a function of temperature, water availability and the soils for glucosidase (A), phosphatase (B) and protease (C) activities. Water activity is shown with brownish filled circles from dark to light in decreasing levels of water activity. Decays at 20ºC and 60ºC by enzymes from mesophilic (M20, down-pointing triangles, and M60, up-pointing triangles, respectively) and thermophilic (T20, squares, and T60, diamonds, respectively) microoorganisms are shown as unfilled symbols for each studied soil (Huesca soil [North Spain] in green, Cadiz soil [South Spain] in blue, Seville soil [South Spain] in red).
DescriptionLos datos pertenecen al trabajo: Gómez, E.J., Delgado, J.A., González, J.M. (2020): Persistence of microbial extracellular enzymes in soils under different temperatures and water availabilities Ecology and Evolution (Artícle in press)
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/214073
DOIhttp://dx.doi.org/10.20350/digitalCSIC/12525
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