Labile carbon retention compensates for CO2 released by priming in forest soils.

@article{Qiao2014LabileCR,
  title={Labile carbon retention compensates for CO2 released by priming in forest soils.},
  author={Na Qiao and Douglas Schaefer and Evgenia Blagodatskaya and X. Kelvin Zou and Xingliang Xu and Yakov Kuzyakov},
  journal={Global change biology},
  year={2014},
  volume={20 6},
  pages={1943-54}
}
Increase of belowground C allocation by plants under global warming or elevated CO2 may promote decomposition of soil organic carbon (SOC) by priming and strongly affects SOC dynamics. The specific effects by priming of SOC depend on the amount and frequency of C inputs. Most previous priming studies have investigated single C additions, but they are not very representative for litterfall and root exudation in many terrestrial ecosystems. We evaluated effects of (13)C-labeled glucose added to… CONTINUE READING
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