Response of soil organic matter fractions and composition of microbial community to long-term organic and mineral fertilization

@article{Tian2017ResponseOS,
  title={Response of soil organic matter fractions and composition of microbial community to long-term organic and mineral fertilization},
  author={Jing Tian and Yilai Lou and Yang Gao and Huajun Fang and Shutang Liu and Minggang Xu and Evgenia Blagodatskaya and Yakov Kuzyakov},
  journal={Biology and Fertility of Soils},
  year={2017},
  volume={53},
  pages={523-532}
}
The effects of organic and mineral fertilization on four soil organic matter (SOM) fractions (non-protected, physically protected, chemically protected, and biochemically protected) and microbial community composition were investigated by sampling soil of a 35-year-long fertilization experiment. The SOM fractions were investigated by combined physical and chemical approaches, while microbial community composition was determined by phospholipid fatty acid analysis (PLFA). Organic C (SOC) was… CONTINUE READING
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