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Reduced dependence of rhizosphere microbiome on plant-derived carbon in 32-year long-term inorganic and organic fertilized soils
It is revealed that long-term fertilizations with increasing nutrients availability would decrease the preference of rhizosphere microbiome for root-derived substrates, leading to a simpler crop–microbe association. Expand
Different roles of rhizosphere effect and long-term fertilization in the activity and community structure of ammonia oxidizers in a calcareous fluvo-aquic soil
The results indicate that AOB rather than AOA functionally dominate ammonia oxidation in the calcareous fluvo-aquic soil, and that rhizosphere effect and fertilization regime play different roles in the activity and community structures of AOB and AOA. Expand
[Present status and prospects of estuarine wetland research in China].
Combined the up-to-date research trend of estuarine wetland at home and abroad, four important research hotspots in the future in China were put forward, including the relationships between human activities and conservation, restoration and rehabilitation, estuary wetland and global change, and construction of information system. Expand
Changes in soil microbial community, enzyme activities and organic matter fractions under long-term straw return in north-central China
Abstract Field nutrients management practices influence soil biological properties and organic matter fractions. A long-term experiment (30-year) was conducted to investigate changes in soilExpand
Establishing a scientific basis for fertilizer recommendations for wheat in China: Yield response and agronomic efficiency
A new fertilizer recommendation method for wheat in China based on yield response and agronomic efficiency using datasets from 2000 to 2011 is described. Expand
Nitrogen and phosphorus stoichiometry of common reed (Phragmites australis) and its relationship to nutrient availability in northern China
The N and P contents of the whole reed plant, stems, and rhizomes were positively correlated with the availability of these nutrients in water and sediment, but were relatively stable in leaves and flowers. Expand
Narrowing yield gaps and increasing nutrient use efficiencies using the Nutrient Expert system for maize in Northeast China
Abstract A science-based, reliable, and feasible fertilizer recommendation method is required to respond to the low nutrient use efficiency caused by inappropriate fertilization practices. SoilExpand
Recent Advances on the Technologies to Increase Fertilizer Use Efficiency
Recent advances of the technologies to increase FUE are reviewed, which include site-specific and real-time nitrogen management, non-destructive quick test of the nitrogen status of plants, new types of slow release and controlled release fertilizers, and use of urease inhibitor and nitrification inhibitor to decrease nitrogen losses. Expand
Fertilizer recommendation for maize in China based on yield response and agronomic efficiency
Abstract A generic but flexible and location-specific fertilizer recommendation method is necessary due to inappropriate fertilization in China. A new fertilizer recommendation method, NutrientExpand
Soil quality assessment of Albic soils with different productivities for eastern China
Albic soil is a typical low-yielding soil in eastern China and increasing its productivity is crucial to national food security. However, research data on soil quality, which is essential toExpand