Biodegradability of fractions of dissolved organic carbon leached from decomposing leaf litter.

@article{Qualls2005BiodegradabilityOF,
  title={Biodegradability of fractions of dissolved organic carbon leached from decomposing leaf litter.},
  author={Robert G. Qualls},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2005},
  volume={39 6},
  pages={1616-22}
}
Dissolved organic matter leached from decomposing organic matter is important in the leaching of nutrients from the root zone of ecosystems, eluviation of metals, and transport of hydrophobic pollutants. The objective of this study was to compare microbial mineralization rates in intact soil cores of various fractions of water-soluble dissolved organic matter. Uniformly 14C-labeled Populus fremontii leaf litter that had decomposed for 1 year was extracted in water and this extract was… CONTINUE READING

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