Fungal Denitrification Activity in Vertical Flow Constructed Wetlands as Impacted by Plant Species Richness, Carbon, Nitrogen and pH Amendments.

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To control potential fungal denitrification rate (PFDR) in vertical flow simulated wetlands (VFSW) microcosms, thirty VFSW microcosms were established and planted with three plant species richness levels (i.e. unplanted, monoculture, and four-species polyculture treatment), and effects of carbon, nitrogen and pH amendments on the PFDR were investigated… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00128-017-2207-2

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@article{Liu2017FungalDA, title={Fungal Denitrification Activity in Vertical Flow Constructed Wetlands as Impacted by Plant Species Richness, Carbon, Nitrogen and pH Amendments.}, author={W. L. Liu and Chunsheng Zhang and W J Han and M. Guan and S. Y. Liu and Giorgio Bianciardi and J. Chang}, journal={Bulletin of environmental contamination and toxicology}, year={2017}, volume={99 6}, pages={748-752} }