Kouhei Miyatani

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The biomass, morphology, and respiration of the fine roots of Chamaecyparis obtusa did not change between different soil acid buffering capacities. Soil nitrate has noticeable effects on morphology and respiration. Low soil acid buffering capacity (ABC) accelerates soil acidification because of the lower concentrations of base cations (BC) and higher(More)
We aimed to clarify the intraspecific variation in the morphological traits of branch orders under different soil conditions in Chamaecyparis obtusa (Siebold & Zucc.) Endl. We investigated the morphological traits of branch orders, based on 16,351 individual roots that were dissected from 12 intact fine root systems, up to a diameter of 2 mm at three C.(More)
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