Fertility and pH effects on polyphenol and condensed tannin concentrations in foliage and roots

@article{Kraus2004FertilityAP,
  title={Fertility and pH effects on polyphenol and condensed tannin concentrations in foliage and roots},
  author={T. E. C. Kraus and Robert J. Zasoski and Randy A. Dahlgren},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={2004},
  volume={262},
  pages={95-109}
}
Plant secondary compounds such as polyphenols and tannins are purported to influence nutrient cycling by affecting organic matter degradation, mineralization rates, N availability and humus formation. In turn, site conditions have been shown to affect plant phenolic concentrations. In a greenhouse sand culture system we investigated the influence of… CONTINUE READING