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Impacts of different agricultural practices on the biodiversity of microarthropod communities in arable crop systems

Abstract : Two crop production systems, which differ on tillage and pesticides, were compared for biodiversity of soil microarthropod communities. A biodiversity index, which integrates different structure and density parameters (abundance, taxonomic richness, taxonomic diversity, coenotic diversity) was used. Results showed a greater biodiversity in minimum tillage systems compared to deep tillage systems. Pesticides seemed to be only a second order factor of variance on microarthropod biodiversity.
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Jérôme Cortet, Damien Ronce, Nicole Poinsot-Balaguer, Christian Beaufreton, André Chabert, et al.. Impacts of different agricultural practices on the biodiversity of microarthropod communities in arable crop systems. European Journal of Soil Biology, Elsevier, 2002, 38 (3-4), pp.239-244. ⟨10.1016/S1164-5563(02)01152-4⟩. ⟨hal-03218304⟩

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