Influence of rhizodeposition under elevated CO2 on plant nutrition and soil organic matter

@article{Cardon2004InfluenceOR,
  title={Influence of rhizodeposition under elevated CO2 on plant nutrition and soil organic matter},
  author={Zoe G. Cardon},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={2004},
  volume={187},
  pages={277-288}
}
Atmospheric CO2 concentrations can influence ecosystem carbon storage through net primary production (NPP), soil carbon storage, or both. In assessing the potential for carbon storage in terrestrial ecosystems under elevated CO2, both NPP and processing of soil organic matter (SOM), as well as the multiple links between them, must be examined. Within this context, both the quantity and quality of carbon flux from roots to soil are important, since roots produce specialized compounds that… CONTINUE READING
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