Response of phosphomonoesterase activity in the lichen Cladonia portentosa to nitrogen and phosphorus enrichment in a field manipulation experiment.

@article{Hogan2010ResponseOP,
  title={Response of phosphomonoesterase activity in the lichen Cladonia portentosa to nitrogen and phosphorus enrichment in a field manipulation experiment.},
  author={Erika J. Hogan and G. Minnullina and Lucy J. Sheppard and Ian D. Leith and P. D.CrittendenP. Crittenden},
  journal={The New phytologist},
  year={2010},
  volume={186 4},
  pages={
          926-33
        }
}
*Effects of nitrogen (N) enrichment on the heathland lichen Cladonia portentosa were quantified to test the hypothesis that modified N : phosphorus (P) relationships observed in this species in N-polluted natural environments are a direct effect of increased N deposition, and to evaluate potential confounding effects of N form and P availability. *Cladonia portentosa was harvested from experimental plots in lichen-rich peatland vegetation (background total N deposition of 8 kg N ha(-1) yr(-1… CONTINUE READING
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