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Soil microbial communities influencing organic phosphorus mineralization in a coastal dune chronosequence in New Zealand
(Oxford University Press on behalf of FEMS, 2021-04)
The Haast chronosequence in New Zealand is an ∼6500-year dune formation series, characterized by rapid podzol development, phosphorus (P) depletion and a decline in aboveground biomass. We examined bacterial and fungal ...
Soil microbial biomass and the fate of phosphorus during long-term ecosystem development
(Springer Verlag on behalf of the Royal Netherlands Society of Agricultural Science, 2013-06)
Background: Soil phosphorus availability declines during long-term ecosystem development on stable land surfaces due to a gradual loss of phosphorus in runoff and transformation of primary mineral phosphate into secondary ...
Investigation of organic anions in tree root exudates and rhizosphere microbial communities using in situ and destructive sampling techniques
(Springer Science+Business Media B.V. on behalf of the Royal Netherlands Society of Agricultural Science, 2012-10)
Purpose - Understanding of the role of low molecular weight organic anions (OAs) in structuring rhizosphere microbial communities in situ is limited due to challenges associated with sampling. Improved techniques are needed ...
Using organic phosphorus to sustain pasture productivity: A perspective
Organic phosphorus (P) in grazed pastures/grasslands could sustain production systems that historically relied on inorganic P fertiliser. Interactions between inorganic P, plants and soils have been studied extensively. ...