Field 13C Pulse Labeling of Pea, Wheat, and Vetch Plants for Subsequent Root and Shoot Decomposition Studies

@inproceedings{Tahir2018Field1P,
  title={Field 13C Pulse Labeling of Pea, Wheat, and Vetch Plants for Subsequent Root and Shoot Decomposition Studies},
  author={Majid Mahmood Tahir and Sylvie Recous and Celso Aita Celso Aita and Ismael Cristiano Pfeifer and Bruno Rasmussen Chaves and Sandro Jos{\'e} Giacomini},
  year={2018}
}
ABSTRACT Isotopic labeling of plants is useful in tracking the fate of carbon (C) from different plant parts in a soil-plant system when these parts decompose simultaneously. Pulse labeling is a relatively simple technique and is amenable for use in the field. Therefore, we evaluated a 13CO2 pulse-labeling method to label crop plants under subtropical field conditions for simultaneous root and shoot decomposition studies. Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.), pea (Pisum sativum L.), and vetch (Vicia… CONTINUE READING

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