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litter

the offence committed where a person throws down, drops or otherwise deposits any litter in any place to which this law applies and leaves it. The law applies to any place in the area of a principal litter authority which is open to the air, unless the public does not have access to it, with or without payment. It is immaterial whether the litter is deposited on land or in water. Litter expressly includes the discarded ends of cigarettes, cigars and like products, and discarded chewing-gum and the discarded remains of other products designed for chewing.
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Newly shed leaf litter was collected from the forest floor and dead fine roots (ph<0.
Four treatments including soil + leaf litter (S+L), soil + roots (S+R), soil+ leaf litter + roots (S+L+R, leaf litter and roots with ratio 1:1) and control soil (CK) were set for laboratory incubation experiment.
The interaction between leaf litter and roots is estimated by the principle as followed.
Reactions for leaf litter digestion were set up at 3 different pH conditions; i.
The optimum concentrations of enzyme and buffer for effective leaf litter digestion
It was found that the leaf litter digestion gave the highest reducing sugar product when the reaction mixture was composed of 10 gm of shredded leaves, 40 ml of 0.
There has been virtually no research on tardigrades in soil or leaf litter in the southern United States (Hinton and Meyer, 2007).
MATERIALS AND METHODS--We collected samples of leaf litter on 1 November 2002, and on 3 February, 30 April, and 5 July 2003, at two sites in Calcasieu Parish in southwestern Louisiana: Sam Houston Jones State Park (30[degrees]18'N, 93[degrees]16'W, 7 m elevation) and Tuten Park (30[degrees]11'N, 93[degrees]15'W, 5 m elevation).
From this study it can be well understood that the organic wastes like silkworm litter can be used for the production of vermicompost in 1:1 combination with pre-decomposed leaf litters.
2000-b, "Decomposition of leaf litters using the compost worm, Eisenia fetida", Indian J.