Influence of elevated CO2 and nitrogen nutrition on rice plant growth, soil microbial biomass, dissolved organic carbon and dissolved CH4

@article{Li2004InfluenceOE,
  title={Influence of elevated CO2 and nitrogen nutrition on rice plant growth, soil microbial biomass, dissolved organic carbon and dissolved CH4},
  author={Zhong Xin Li and Kazuyuki Yagi and Hidemitsu Sakai and Kazuhiko Kobayashi},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={2004},
  volume={258},
  pages={81-90}
}
Rice (Oryza sativa) was grown in six sunlit, semi-closed growth chambers for two seasons at 350 μL L−1 (ambient) and 650 μL L−1 (elevated) CO2 and different levels of nitrogen (N) supplement. The objective of this research was to study the influence of CO2 enrichment and N nutrition on rice plant growth, soil microbial biomass, dissolved organic carbon (DOC) and dissolved CH4. Elevated CO2 concentration ([CO2]) demonstrated a wide range of enhancement to both above- and below-ground plant… CONTINUE READING
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