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33 p, 2.1 MB Priming of soil organic matter decomposition scales linearly with microbial biomass response to litter input in steppe vegetation / Xiao, Chunwang (Chinese Academy of Sciences. State Key Laboratory of Vegetation and Environmental Change) ; Guenet, Bertrand (University of Antwerp. Research Group of Plant and Vegetation Ecology) ; Zhou, Yong (Chinese Academy of Sciences. State Key Laboratory of Vegetation and Environmental Change) ; Su, Jiaqi (Chinese Academy of Sciences. State Key Laboratory of Vegetation and Environmental Change) ; Janssens, Ivan A. (University of Antwerp. Research Group of Plant and Vegetation Ecology)
Fresh plant litter inputs accelerate soil organic matter (SOM) decomposition through a ubiquitous mechanism called priming. Insufficient priming has been suggested as a stabilization mechanism of SOM at depth, as well as the long-term persistence of some highly degradable organic compounds in soils. [...]
2015 - 10.1111/oik.01728
Oikos, Vol. 124, Issue 5 (May 2015) , p. 649-657  
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11 p, 4.3 MB Strong stoichiometric resilience after litter manipulation experiments; a case study in a Chinese grassland / Xiao, C. (Chinese Academy of Sciences. Institute of Botany. Laboratory of Quantitative Vegetation Ecology) ; Janssens, I. A. (Universiteit Antwerpen. Departement Biologie) ; Zhou, Y. (Chinese Academy of Sciences. Institute of Botany. Laboratory of Quantitative Vegetation Ecology) ; Su, J. (Chinese Academy of Sciences. Institute of Botany. Laboratory of Quantitative Vegetation Ecology) ; Liang, Y. (Chinese Academy of Sciences. Institute of Botany. Laboratory of Quantitative Vegetation Ecology) ; Guenet, B. (Universiteit Antwerpen. Departement Biologie)
Global climate change has generally modified net primary production (NPP) which leads to increasing litter inputs in some ecosystems. Therefore, assessing the impacts of increasing litter inputs on soil nutrients, plant growth and ecological carbon (C) : nitrogen (N) : phosphorus (P) stoichiometry is critical for an understanding of C, N and P cycling and their feedback processes to climate change. [...]
2015 - 10.5194/bg-12-757-2015
Biogeosciences, Vol. 12, Issue 3 (2015) , p. 757-767  

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