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Where CL is the carbon of the labile fraction (C-POM) and CNL corresponds to the carbon of the non-labile fraction (C-POM) for each treatment.
C-POM showed similar behavior to TOC, with no significant effect of treatments on the fraction of the most labile organic matter.
Soil lability, which expresses the relationship between C-POM and C-COM, presented values lower than 1 (Table 3), indicating the predominance of carbon in the fraction associated with minerals, which is desirable, since this fraction is more stable.