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(Article of periodic en Français - 1981)

Document title

Aspects de l'impact de litières forestières sur des écosystèmes aquatiques. I. L'effet désoxygénant de systèmes polyphénoloxydases-polyphénols

Authors(s) and Affiliation(s)

TREMOLIERES M. ; CARBIENER R. ;

Abstract

Phenolase-polyphenol systems produce a biochemical deoxygenation process that we call "deoxygenating effect". The intensity of this effect considerably varies from one species to another, according to the quantity and the nature of the phenolic substrates, the phenoloxidases (or phenol-oxidase inhibitions like tannins) and to the aqueous extractibility of these agents. The deoxygenating effect of dead leaves macerates is immediate, intense by some species, among which the poplar and the ash, weak by others like the oak and the birch.

Source

Article of periodic

published at : Acta oecologica. Série Oecologia generalis Montreuil

Editor :

Millesime : 1981, vol. 2, no3 [pp. 199-212]

Bibliographic references : 18réf.

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Français

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