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Effects of rice straw and nitrogen fertilization on greenhouse gas emissions and carbon storage in tropical flooded soil planted with rice
Abstract Effects of four years of inorganic and organic nitrogen (N) management on the emission of three major greenhouse gases (GHGs): methane (CH 4 ), carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) and nitrous oxide (N 2Expand
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Impact of elevated CO2 and temperature on soil C and N dynamics in relation to CH4 and N2O emissions from tropical flooded rice (Oryza sativa L.).
A field experiment was carried out to investigate the impact of elevated carbon dioxide (CO2) (CEC, 550 μmol mol(-1)) and elevated CO2+elevated air temperature (CECT, 550 μmol mol(-1) and 2°C moreExpand
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Influence of elevated carbon dioxide and temperature on belowground carbon allocation and enzyme activities in tropical flooded soil planted with rice
Changes in the soil labile carbon fractions and soil biochemical properties to elevated carbon dioxide (CO2) and temperature reflect the changes in the functional capacity of soil ecosystems. TheExpand
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Combined effect of elevated CO2 and temperature on dry matter production, net assimilation rate, C and N allocations in tropical rice (Oryza sativa L.)
Abstract A field experiment was carried out for 3 years to observe the effects of ambient CO2 (390 μmol mol−1 in open field (UC) as well as control chamber (CC)), elevated CO2 (EC) (550 μmol mol−1)Expand
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Effect of long-term application of organic amendment on C storage in relation to global warming potential and biological activities in tropical flooded soil planted to rice
The impact of long term organic amendments on the functional microbial activities, soil carbon (C) storage in relation to greenhouse gas (GHG) emission from rice field was investigated in a tropicalExpand
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Effects of 42-year long-term fertilizer management on soil phosphorus availability, fractionation, adsorption-desorption isotherm and plant uptake in flooded tropical rice
Abstract Soil phosphorus (P) fractionation, adsorption, and desorption isotherm, and rice yield and P uptake were investigated in flooded tropical rice (Oryza sativa L.) following 42-year fertilizerExpand
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Effect of elevated carbon dioxide and temperature on phosphorus uptake in tropical flooded rice (Oryza sativa L.)
Abstract A field experiment was carried out to assess the impact of elevated carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) and temperature on phosphorous (P) nutrition in relation to organic acids exudation, soil microbialExpand
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Tropical low land rice ecosystem is a net carbon sink
Abstract A yearlong field study was undertaken to investigate the carbon dioxide (CO2) and methane (CH4) exchange in relation to ecosystem carbon (C) balance in tropical low land rice by employingExpand
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Effect of fish species on methane and nitrous oxide emission in relation to soil C, N pools and enzymatic activities in rainfed shallow lowland rice-fish farming system
Abstract Four fish species namely, Cirrhinus mrigala H. (mrigal), Labeo rohita H. (rohu), Cyprinus carpio L. (common carp) and Catla catla H. (catla) were introduced along with rice (Oryza sativa L.)Expand
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Net ecosystem CO2 exchange and carbon cycling in tropical lowland flooded rice ecosystem
The seasonal fluxes of CO2 and its characteristics with relation to environmental variables were investigated under tropical lowland flooded rice paddies employing the open path eddy covarianceExpand
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