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Soils, a sink for N2O? A review
Soils are the main sources of the greenhouse gas nitrous oxide (N2O). The N2O emission at the soil surface is the result of production and consumption processes. So far, research has concentrated on…
Determination of carbon and nitrogen contents in Alfisols, Oxisols and Ultisols from Africa and Brazil using NIRS analysis: Effects of sample grinding and set heterogeneity
Carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus allocation in agro-ecosystems of a West African savanna I. The plant component under semi-permanent cultivation
Quantification of Key Genes Steering the Microbial Nitrogen Cycle in the Rhizosphere of Sorghum Cultivars in Tropical Agroecosystems
The data imply that, more than in moderate regions, water availability might shape microbial communities in the rhizosphere, since low gene abundance data were obtained for all tested genes at the flowering stage, when water availability was very limited.
Matching policy and science: Rationale for the ‘4 per 1000 - soils for food security and climate’ initiative
Differences between Bacterial Communities in the Gut of a Soil-Feeding Termite (Cubitermes niokoloensis) and Its Mounds
- S. Fall, J. Hamelin, A. Brauman
- Environmental Science, BiologyApplied and Environmental Microbiology
- 15 June 2007
The findings confirmed that the soil-feeding termite mound (C. niokoloensis) represents a specific bacterial habitat in the tropics and revealed a drastic difference between the genetic structures of the bacterial communities of the termite gut and the mound.
Comparative distribution of organic matter in particle and aggregate size fractions in the mounds of termites with different feeding habits in Senegal : Cubitermes niokoloensis and Macrotermes…
Microbial response to salinity stress in a tropical sandy soil amended with native shrub residues or inorganic fertilizer.
Estimating aboveground biomass of oil palm: Allometric equations for estimating frond biomass
Endogeic earthworms shape bacterial functional communities and affect organic matter mineralization in a tropical soil
The coupling between DNA-SIP (stable isotope probing) and pyrosequencing showed that stimulation of both the mineralization of wheat residues and the PE can be linked to the stimulation of several groups especially belonging to the Bacteroidetes phylum.