Changes in denitrifier abundance, denitrification gene mRNA levels, nitrous oxide emissions, and denitrification in anoxic soil microcosms amended with glucose and plant residues.

@article{Henderson2010ChangesID,
  title={Changes in denitrifier abundance, denitrification gene mRNA levels, nitrous oxide emissions, and denitrification in anoxic soil microcosms amended with glucose and plant residues.},
  author={Sherri L Henderson and Catherine E Dandie and Cheryl L. Patten and Bernie Zebarth and David L. Burton and J. T. Trevors and Claudia Goyer},
  journal={Applied and environmental microbiology},
  year={2010},
  volume={76 7},
  pages={2155-64}
}
In agricultural cropping systems, crop residues are sources of organic carbon (C), an important factor influencing denitrification. The effects of red clover, soybean, and barley plant residues and of glucose on denitrifier abundance, denitrification gene mRNA levels, nitrous oxide (N(2)O) emissions, and denitrification rates were quantified in anoxic soil microcosms for 72 h. nosZ gene abundances and mRNA levels significantly increased in response to all organic carbon treatments over time. In… CONTINUE READING

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