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RESPONSE OF SOIL FEEDING TERMITES TO THE EXPERIMENTAL INPUT OF ORGANIC MATTER

Pierre Dieudonné Akama1*,2 and Guy Josens2
  1. Département des sciences biologiques, Ecole normale supérieure, Université de Yaoundé I, BP 47
  2. Université .Libre de .Bruxelles, .Ecologie végétale et biogéochimie Av. Roosevelt, 50 - cp 244 Plaine
Corresponding Author: Pierre Dieudonné Akama, E-mail: [email protected]
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Abstract

Trophic chains are controlled by the availability of resources and predation pressure. Therefore, this study was conducted to evaluate the influence of the experimental input of organic solutions on termites’ assemblies in the soil. The experimental design consisted of two blocks at each site, with each block consisting of: (a) two plots treated with Ch. Odorata , another two plots treated with A. cordifolia, while the control plots received no treatment, for termites’ inventory (b) six plots similar to (a) for the determination of carbon and nitrogen. The results obtained showed that the response of termites to the nutrient solutions was strongly influenced by the physical environment and seasonality. In contrast to the expected results, the treatments had no significant effect on the density and diversity of termites, although the species richness and diversity of termites were higher in plots subjected to treatment

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