Phosphorus fractions and phosphatase activity in an Andisol under different forest ecosystems

@article{Redel2008PhosphorusFA,
  title={Phosphorus fractions and phosphatase activity in an Andisol under different forest ecosystems},
  author={Yonathan Redel and Rosa Rubio and Roberto Godoy and Fernando Borie},
  journal={Geoderma},
  year={2008},
  volume={145},
  pages={216-221}
}
Abstract Total phosphorus (P), Olsen P, microbial P and different labile P fractions determined by a modified Hedley procedure, together to acid phosphatase (P-ase), pH and organic C, were analyzed in soil from four Nothofagus rainforest ecosystems differing in forest type and management. The sites included two evergreen (EF) and two secondary deciduous (DF) rainforests growing in an Andisol of southern Chile. Samples were collected from the organic layer and from mineral soil at 2–20 cm depth… Expand
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