Earthworm, Manure, Agronomy, Biomass and Animal science are his primary areas of study. His research in Earthworm intersects with topics in Eudrilus eugeniae and Food science. His research investigates the connection with Manure and areas like Organic matter which intersect with concerns in Mineralization and Microbial population biology.
His study in Agronomy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Vermicompost and Nutrient. The study incorporates disciplines such as Waste treatment, Dissolved organic carbon, Biodegradable waste and Bacterial growth in addition to Biomass. His Animal science study combines topics in areas such as Sludge, Ecology and Dry weight.
Jorge Domínguez mainly focuses on Earthworm, Ecology, Vermicompost, Agronomy and Lumbricidae. His Earthworm research includes elements of Organic matter and Manure. The various areas that Jorge Domínguez examines in his Vermicompost study include Food science, Fertilizer, Organic fertilizer and Horticulture.
His Agronomy research incorporates elements of Biomass and Nutrient cycle, Nutrient. His work deals with themes such as Biodegradable waste, Waste treatment and Cellulase, which intersect with Biomass. His Lumbricidae study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Zoology, Phylogenetics, Species complex and Botany.
Jorge Domínguez focuses on Vermicompost, Earthworm, Lumbricidae, Species complex and Evolutionary biology. His Vermicompost research includes themes of Food science, Organic fertilizer and Winemaking. His work in Organic fertilizer tackles topics such as Biomass which are related to areas like Agronomy.
His research in Earthworm is mostly focused on Eisenia andrei. His studies deal with areas such as Zoology and Phylogenetics as well as Lumbricidae. His work in Ecology covers topics such as Rhizosphere which are related to areas like Organic matter.
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State-of-the-Art and New Perspectives on Vermicomposting Research
Comparison of the effectiveness of composting and vermicomposting for the biological stabilization of cattle manure.
Cristina Lazcano;María Gómez-Brandón;Jorge Domínguez.
Changes in biochemical properties of cow manure during processing by earthworms (Eisenia andrei, Bouché) and the effects on seedling growth
Rola M. Atiyeh;Jorge Domínguez;Scott Subler;Clive A. Edwards.
Short-term effects of organic and inorganic fertilizers on soil microbial community structure and function
Cristina Lazcano;Cristina Lazcano;María Gómez-Brandón;María Gómez-Brandón;Pedro Revilla;Jorge Domínguez.
Biology and Fertility of Soils (2013)
The evaluation of stability and maturity during the composting of cattle manure
María Gómez-Brandón;Cristina Lazcano;Jorge Domínguez.
A comparison of vermicomposting and composting
J. Dominguez;C. A. Edwards;S. Subler.
How earthworm density affects microbial biomas and activity in pig manure
Manuel Aira;Fernando Monroy;Jorge Domínguez;Salustiano Mato.
European Journal of Soil Biology (2002)
Effects of stocking rate and moisture content on the growth and maturation of Eisenia andrei (Oligochaeta) in pig manure
J. Domínguez;C.A. Edwards.
Soil Biology & Biochemistry (1997)
Plant genotype strongly modifies the structure and growth of maize rhizosphere microbial communities
Manuel Aira;María Gómez-Brandón;María Gómez-Brandón;Cristina Lazcano;Erland Bååth.
Soil Biology & Biochemistry (2010)
Growth and reproduction of Perionyx excavatus (Perr.) (Megascolecidae) as factors in organic waste management
C. A. Edwards;J. Dominguez;E. F. Neuhauser.
Biology and Fertility of Soils (1998)
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