Effects of land use on the amino acid composition of soils: 1. Manured and unmanured soils from the broadbalk continuous wheat experiment, Rothamsted, England

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Authors: Beavis, J. and Mott, C.J.B.

Journal: Geoderma

Volume: 72

Issue: 3-4

Pages: 259-270

ISSN: 0016-7061

DOI: 10.1016/0016-7061(96)00030-4

Concentrations of amino acids were measured in hydrolysates of manured and unmanured soils collected in 1881 and 1980 from the Broadbalk continuous wheat experiment at Rothamsted (England). Discriminant analysis successfully separated the treatment groups after the effect of absolute amino acid concentration had been removed. This suggests that it may be possible to identify an amino acid 'fingerprint' from soils reflecting land use, and which could be used as a basis for classifying soils. This could have the potential for application in archaeology.

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Authors: Beavis, J. and Mott, C.J.B.

Journal: GEODERMA

Volume: 72

Issue: 3-4

Pages: 259-270

ISSN: 0016-7061

DOI: 10.1016/0016-7061(96)00030-4

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