Crop residue influence on denitrification, N2O emissions and denitrifier community abundance in soil

@inproceedings{Miller2008CropRI,
  title={Crop residue influence on denitrification, N2O emissions and denitrifier community abundance in soil},
  author={Michelle N. Miller and Bernie J. Zebarth and Catherine E Dandie and David L. Burton and Claudia Goyer and J. T. Trevors},
  year={2008}
}
Abstract Bacterial denitrification plays an important role in the global nitrogen cycle and is a principal contributor of nitrous oxide (N2O) to the atmosphere. The influence of simple (glucose) and complex (red clover and barley residue) carbon (C) sources on the amount of denitrification, N2O molar ratio (N2O:(N2 + N2O)), and abundance of soil total bacterial and denitrifier communities was investigated using repacked soil cores. Quantitative PCR was used to determine the abundance of the… CONTINUE READING

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