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Levan synthesis is more intense in the absence than in the presence of toluene (Fig. 2). , 1962a, 1972). Similarly, levanolysis in soils not treated with toluene is due primarily to the levanase of proliferating microorganisms rather than to the accumulated 34 s. KISS, M. DRAGAN-BULARDA, AND D. , 1965; Drigan-Bularda and Kiss, 1972b). In both the presence and the absence of toluene, levan synthesis predominates over levanolysis (Kiss and Dragan-Bularda, 1968a, 1970a). Levansucrase and levanase activities in soil samples 7-irradiated at minimum sterilizing dosage did not suffer any changes in comparison with the activities of nonirradiated but toluene-treated samples.
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Advances in Agronomy, Vol. 27 by N.C. Brady (Ed.)