Changes in N-Transforming Archaea and Bacteria in Soil during the Establishment of Bioenergy Crops

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Widespread adaptation of biomass production for bioenergy may influence important biogeochemical functions in the landscape, which are mainly carried out by soil microbes. Here we explore the impact of four potential bioenergy feedstock crops (maize, switchgrass, Miscanthus X giganteus, and mixed tallgrass prairie) on nitrogen cycling microorganisms in the… (More)
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0024750

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