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Effects of anthropogenic disturbance on plant diversity and community structure of a sacred grove in Meghalaya, northeast India
This study analyses the effects of anthropogenic disturbance on plant diversity and community attributes of a sacred grove (montane subtropical forest) at Swer in the East Khasi Hills district ofExpand
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Sustaining productivity of wheat–soybean cropping system through integrated nutrient management practices on the Vertisols of central India
Wheat–soybean is one of the most dominant cropping systems on the Vertisols of central India. Cultivation of durum wheat in winter season (November to April) has a considerable potential due toExpand
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Tree diversity in sacred groves of the Jaintia hills in Meghalaya, northeast India
Biodiversity of woody species was investigated in Ialong and Raliangsacred groves of the Jaintia hills in Meghalaya, northeast India. These grovesrepresent the climax subtropical broad-leaved forestExpand
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Dynamics of soil microbial biomass C, N and P in disturbed and undisturbed stands of a tropical wet-evergreen forest
To understand the spatial and temporal dynamics of soil microbial biomass and its role in soil organic matter and nutrientflux in disturbed tropical wet-evergreen forests, we determined soilExpand
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Seasonal dynamics of microbial biomass C, N and P during regrowth of a disturbed subtropical humid forest in north-east India
Abstract Seasonal dynamics of microbial biomass C, N and P were studied in 7-, 13- and 16-year-old regrowths of a disturbed subtropical humid forest in north-east India. Microbial biomass C, N and PExpand
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Community composition and tree population structure in a sub-tropical broad-leaved forest along a disturbance gradient
Floristic composition, diversity, dominance and distribution pattern of species and tree population structure were studied in three stands of a sub-tropical wet hill broad-leaved forest of Meghalaya,Expand
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Dynamics of fine and coarse roots and nitrogen mineralization in a humid subtropical forest ecosystem of northeast India
The present study was carried out to understand whether fine root growth and N mineralization are synchronized in such a manner that helps to conserve N in the humid subtropical forest ecosystem, andExpand
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Fine root dynamics in undisturbed and disturbed stands of a tropical wet evergreen forest in northeast India
Biomass, production and turnover of fine roots were estimated in undisturbed and disturbed stands of a tropical wet evergreen forest and were shown to differ significantly (P < 0.001) between theExpand
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Decomposition of fine roots of Pinus kesiya and turnover of organic matter, N and P of coarse and fine pine roots and herbaceous roots and rhizomes in subtropical pine forest stands of different ages
Abstract. Organic matter accumulation, N and P concentrations of fine (<2 mm diameter) and coarse (2–10 mm) roots of Pinus kesiya and fine roots and rhizomes of ground vegetation, and decompositionExpand
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Nitrogen mineralization as influenced by climate, soil and vegetation in a subtropical humid forest in northeast India
Abstract Nitrogen mineralization was studied in 7-, 13- and 16-year old regrowing forest stands by determining ammonium-N, nitrate-N, ammonification and nitrification rates during different seasonsExpand
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