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Effect of Orychophragmus violaceus incorporation on nitrogen uptake in succeeding maize
Winter Orychophragmus violaceus (OV)/spring maize is a novel eco-agricultural system in North China Plain, but little is known about OV’s nitrogen (N) effects on succeeding maize growth and itsExpand
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Long-term rice-rice-green manure rotation changing the microbial communities in typical red paddy soil in South China
Abstract On the basis of a long-term (30 years) field experiment that involved four rotation systems, rice-rice-winter fallow (RRF), rice-rice-ryegrass (RRG), rice-rice-rape (RRP), and rice-rice-milkExpand
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Effects of long-term application of different green manures on ferric iron reduction in a red paddy soil in Southern China
Abstract Dissimilatory Fe(III) reduction is an important process in the geochemical cycle of iron in anoxic environment. As the main products of dissimilatory iron reduction, the Fe(II) speciesExpand
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Spectroscopic characteristics of water extractable organic matter from different green manures.
Water extractable organic matter (WEOM) plays an important role in many chemical processes and in soil organic matter accumulation. Large amounts of WEOM can be released by green manure when beingExpand
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[Long-Term Different Fertilizations Changed the Chemical and Spectrum Characteristics of DOM of the Irrigation-Desert Soil in North-Western China].
By using Ultraviolet-visible Spectrometry, Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrometer and Elemental Analyzer, spectrum and chemical characteristics of soil DOM affected by long-term differentExpand
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Archaea are the predominant and responsive ammonia oxidizing prokaryotes in a red paddy soil receiving green manures
Abstract Application of green manures is an effective approach to optimizing N management in paddy soils. Nitrification is a key process in the N cycle and ammonia oxidization is the first andExpand
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Using milk vetch (Astragalus sinicus L.) to promote rice straw decomposition by regulating enzyme activity and bacterial community.
The present study determined the dynamic changes of enzyme activity and bacterial community in rice straw (RS) and milk vetch (MV) co-decomposing process. Results showed that mixing RS and MVExpand
[Effects of Green Manures on Soil Dissolved Organic Matter in Moisture Soil in North China].
Soil dissolved organic matter (DOM) plays an important role in the biogeochemistry of carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus and in the transport of heavy metals and pesticides in soil. In moisture soil,Expand
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