Increased precipitation modulates the influence of nitrogen and litter inputs on the nutrient resorption proficiency rather than efficiency of Leymus chinensis

Resorption of nutrients from senescing organs is an important conservation mechanism that is usually influenced by the supply of soil nutrients and plant growth requirements. Therefore, it is likely that increases in nitrogen (N), precipitation, and litter could lead to changes in nutrient resorption because of changes in nutrients in the soil and… CONTINUE READING