Kathleen Lemanski

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Roots and root-derived C compounds are increasingly recognised as important resources for soil animal food webs. We used 13C-labelled glucose as a model C compound representing root exudates to follow the incorporation of root-derived C into the soil animal food web of a temperate grassland over a period of 52 weeks. We investigated variations in glucose C(More)
In Europe, grasslands are among the most important agricultural systems which are subject to continuous management intensification, potentially threatening ecosystem services. We analysed the impact of management of permanent grassland, i.e. fertilizer addition (−NPK and +NPK), cutting frequency (one and three cuts per year) and herbicide application(More)
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