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Anamika Mishra

Department of Biotechnology, University of India, India


  • Mini Review   
    Serious Effects of Nanostructured Materials on Several Soils and Microbiological Ecosystem
    Author(s): Anamika Mishra*

    Soil is a porous matrix containing organic matter, minerals, and organisms that change physically, geographically, and over time. Plants select specific microbiomes from a pool of soil microbes to help them grow and stay healthy. Many ecosystem functions in agricultural systems are provided by soil microbes, similar to soil ecosystems, and the completion of cycling activities of key nutrients such as C, N, S, and P is performed by soil microbes. Soil microbes affect carbon nanotubes (CNTs), nanoparticles (NPs), and nanopesticides. These are called man-made nano-objects (MNOs) and are intentionally added to the environment or introduced into the soil in the form of nanomaterial contaminants. It is of great importance to assess the impact of MNOs on key plant-microbial symbioses, including mycorrhizae, which are important for the health, function and sustainability of both natural .. View More»
    DOI: 10.14303/2141-5153.2023.35

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