Phytotoxicity, not nitrogen immobilization, explains plant litter inhibitory effects: evidence from solid-state 13C NMR spectroscopy.

@article{Bonanomi2011PhytotoxicityNN,
  title={Phytotoxicity, not nitrogen immobilization, explains plant litter inhibitory effects: evidence from solid-state 13C NMR spectroscopy.},
  author={Giuliano Bonanomi and Guido Incerti and Elisa Barile and Manuela Capodilupo and Vincenzo Antignani and Antonio Mingo and Virginia Lanzotti and Felice Scala and Stefano Mazzoleni},
  journal={The New phytologist},
  year={2011},
  volume={191 4},
  pages={1018-30}
}
Litter decomposition provides nutrients that sustain ecosystem productivity, but litter may also hamper root proliferation. The objectives of this work were to assess the inhibitory effect of litter decomposition on seedling growth and root proliferation; to study the role of nutrient immobilization and phytotoxicity; and to characterize decomposing litter by (13)C NMR spectroscopy. A litter-bag experiment was carried out for 180 d with 16 litter types. Litter inhibitory effects were assessed… CONTINUE READING
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