Aggregate size and their disruption affect 14 C-labeled glucose mineralization and priming effect

@inproceedings{Tian2015AggregateSA,
  title={Aggregate size and their disruption affect 14 C-labeled glucose mineralization and priming effect},
  author={Jing Tian and Johanna Pausch and Guirui Yu and Evgenia Blagodatskaya and Yang Gao and Yakov Kuzyakov},
  year={2015}
}
Soil organic matter (SOM) pools, allocated within various aggregates, are characterized by different degradability and turnover rates that depend on the spatial accessibility of organics and their recalcitrance. Hence, to understand the processes and mechanisms of SOM cycling and stability, the contribution of individual aggregate size classes to the total CO2 efflux including extra mineralization via priming effect (PE) should be considered. In this study, we determined whether aggregate size… CONTINUE READING

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