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Last Updated: 23 May 2022

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WITHDRAWN: Effect of combined dry-wet irrigation and microbial dynamics on soil nutrient bioavailability

In the present 4-year field report, AWD's effect is comparable to that of conventional irrigation methods. On the continuum plant growth and elemental uptake, three plant growth phases were considered to determine the nutrient modulations in soil and plant tissues. According to pre-monsoon soil, the pre-monsoon soil was more enriched and maintained a balance between soil pH and microbial biomass than monsoon soil, as shown by the monsoon soil's soil, relative abundance, rarefaction curve, and multivariate analysis of metagenomics results. Microbial community diversity associated with plant growth phases was also found to be different during seasons. In pre-monsoon soil releasing pulses of N, P, K, Ca, and Mg, Verrucomicrobia were the predominant, although Verrucomicrobia was found to be dominant in monsoon soil where Fe was first introduced. This is the first of its kind to examine the combined effect of season and soil microbes on macro-nutrient availability in soil and improved plant quality.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.31223/x52k99


The Effect of chlorhexidine irrigation on root dentin microhardness in regenerative endodontics using double antibiotic paste

Abstract Endodontics Management versus Teethy pulp is a challenge in Endodontics care due to the lack of roots and blunderbuss apices. Long-term exposure of dental hard tissues to acidic antibiotics may lead to demineralization and adversely affect their mechanical properties. Chlorhexidine, a common Matrix Metalloproteinases inhibitor, can reduce MMP release and minimizes the release of MMPs by its protein oxidation reaction.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.pex-1901/v1


Removal of the smear layer by passive and continuous ultrasonic irrigation: a scanning electron microscopy study

BACKGROUND: The root canal system's anatomical complexity makes irrigation plays a vital role in endodontics. With 17% EDTA, passive ultrasonic irrigation, and continuous ultrasonic irrigation, this in vitro study was performed to compare the removal of the smear layer promoted by conventional irrigation, passive ultrasonic irrigation, and continuous ultrasonic irrigation with 17% EDTA. small or no smear layer ; 2 = moderate smear layer; 3 = dense smear layer; 2 = thin smear layer; 2 = moderate smear layer; 3 = dense smear layer; 2 = no smear layer. Conclusions: CUI and cervical thirds had higher RSL rates in comparison to other methods and thirds, respectively. The cervical and middle thirds were not significantly different in the CUI group, with better results in the CG, CI, and PUI groups, more specifically.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.17126/joralres.2021.070


Effects of Different Irrigation Modes on the Growth, Physiology, Farmland Microclimate Characteristics, and Yield of Cotton in an Oasis

The T3 treatment's relative humidity, plant height, leaf area, stem thick, and photosynthetic index were both significantly higher than those with T2 and T1. T3's air and soil temperature were significantly lower than those with T2 and T1. The water levels of T2 and T3 decreased by 16. 43% and 25. 90 percent, respectively, but the yield soared by 38. 96% and 46. 28% as compared to T1. The automatic irrigation program showed major gains in water conservation and yield increase, as well as cotton drip irrigation in similarly arid areas.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/w14101579

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