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Effect of carbonic anhydrase on silicate weathering and carbonate formation at present day CO2 concentrations compared to primordial values
It is widely recognized that carbonic anhydrase (CA) participates in silicate weathering and carbonate formation. Nevertheless, it is still not known if the magnitude of the effect produced by CA onExpand
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Nano-Fe3O4 particles accelerating electromethanogenesis on an hour-long timescale in wetland soil
Electromethanogenesis, which is different from traditional hydrogenotrophic and acetoclastic methanogenesis, is a novel means of methane production involving the direct transfer of electrons toExpand
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Biochar promotes methane production at high acetate concentrations in anaerobic soils
Methane (CH4) is a major greenhouse gas emitted by the industry, agriculture and natural processes such as degradation of organic matter in anaerobic waters and soils. Addition of biochars to soilsExpand
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A new insight into the strategy for methane production affected by conductive carbon cloth in wetland soil: Beneficial to acetoclastic methanogenesis instead of CO2 reduction.
Conductive materials/minerals can promote direct interspecies electron transfer (DIET) between syntrophic bacteria and methanogens in defined co-culture systems and artificial anaerobic digesters;Expand
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Stimulation of long-term ammonium nitrogen deposition on methanogenesis by Methanocellaceae in a coastal wetland.
Atmospheric nitrogen deposition caused by human activities has been receiving much attention. Here, after long-term simulated ammonium and nitrate nitrogen deposition (NH4Cl, KNO3, and NH4NO3) in theExpand
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Rhizosphere processes induce changes in dissimilatory iron reduction in a tidal marsh soil: a rhizobox study
Background and aimsAlthough the role of microbial iron respiration in tidal marshes has been recognized for decades, the effect of rhizosphere processes on dissimilatory ferric iron reduction (FeR)Expand
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A potential contribution of a Fe(III)-rich red clay horizon to methane release: Biogenetic magnetite-mediated methanogenesis
Abstract According to prior laboratory research evidence, the formation of a conductive secondary mineral to accelerate electron transfer is an important factor in methanogenesis. However, theExpand
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A practical soil management to improve soil quality by applying mineral organic fertilizer
Heavy use of chemical fertilizer causes increasing soil and environmental crisis, and the use of organic fertilizer increases obvious in recent years. In this study, mineral organic fertilizer (MOF)Expand
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The selective expression of carbonic anhydrase genes of Aspergillus nidulans in response to changes in mineral nutrition and CO 2 concentration
Carbonic anhydrase (CA) plays an important role in the formation and evolution of life. However, to our knowledge, there has been no report on CA isoenzyme function differentiation in fungi. TwoExpand
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Impacts of the rhizosphere effect and plant species on organic carbon mineralization rates and pathways, and bacterial community composition in a tidal marsh.
Despite the growing recognition regarding the carbon cycle in the rhizosphere of upland ecosystems, little is known regarding the rhizosphere effect on soil organic carbon (SOC) mineralization inExpand
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