Data for: Microbial responses to selected pharmaceuticals in agricultural soils: Microcosm study on the roles of soil, treatment and time

Published: 28 July 2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/9skkb4szmd.1
Alica Chroňáková,


This dataset evaluates microbial responses to pharmaceuticals in agricultural soils which may improve essentially our understanding of micropollutants fate and their potential implications to the environmental and human health. In this study, we focused on immediate (1 d), short- (13 d) and long-term effects (61 d) of pharmaceuticals amendment on microbial changes in seven soils differing in physical chemical properties. The data include dictionaries of used soils, treatments, parent compounds and their metabolites, and measured fatty acids. Degradation of the individual pharmaceuticals as well as their mixture are shown in folder "analytics", and raw observation data for basal respiration and phospholipid fatty acids are given in respiration.csv and PLFA.csv. The code to run these data will be publicly open on GitHub upon publishing the scientific article of the same name.



Environment and Health, Emerging Contaminant, Soil Microbial Ecology, Agroecosystem Risk