Plant and Soil

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  • Root litter inputs exert greater influence over soil C than does aboveground litter in a subtropical natural forest.  444:489-499. 2019
  • Increased litter in subtropical forests boosts soil respiration in natural forests but not plantations of Castanopsis carlesii.  418:141-151. 2017
  • Mycorrhizal roots in a temperate forest take up organic nitrogen from C-13- and N-15-labeled organic matter.  397:303-315. 2015
  • Organic amendment effects on potato productivity and quality are related to soil microbial activity.  386:223-236. 2015
  • Nitrogen form, availability, and mycorrhizal colonization affect biomass and nitrogen isotope patterns in Pinus sylvestris.  310:121-136. 2008
  • Linking foliar chemistry to forest floor solid and solution phase organic C and N in Picea abies [L.] karst stands in northern Bohemia.  283:187-201. 2006
  • Effect of electroporation conditions on cell viability of Frankia EuI1c.  254:83-88. 2003
  • Germination and physiological properties of Frankia spores.  254:57-67. 2003
  • Foliar free polyamine and inorganic ion content in relation to soil and soil solution chemistry in two fertilized forest stands at the Harvard Forest, Massachusetts.  222:119-137. 2000
  • Long-term effects of experimental nitrogen additions on foliar litter decay and humus formation in forest ecosystems.  203:301-311. 1998
  • Relationships among foliar chemistry, foliar polyamines, and soil chemistry in red spruce trees growing across the northeastern United States.  191:109-122. 1997
  • CARBON AND NITROGEN DYNAMICS ALONG THE DECAY CONTINUUM - PLANT LITTER TO SOIL ORGANIC-MATTER.  115:189-198. 1989
  • SEASONAL PATTERNS OF AMMONIUM AND NITRATE UPTAKE IN 9 TEMPERATE FOREST ECOSYSTEMS.  80:321-335. 1984
  • LACK OF A DIRECT NITRATE-TRIFOLIIN-A INTERACTION IN THE RHIZOBIUM-CLOVER SYMBIOSIS.  69:259-264. 1982
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    International Standard Serial Number (issn)

  • 0032-079X
  • Electronic International Standard Serial Number (eissn)

  • 1573-5036