Root-Derived Short-Chain Suberin Diacids from Rice and Rape Seed in a Paddy Soil under Rice Cultivar Treatments

@inproceedings{Ji2015RootDerivedSS,
  title={Root-Derived Short-Chain Suberin Diacids from Rice and Rape Seed in a Paddy Soil under Rice Cultivar Treatments},
  author={Haishi Ji and Yuanjun Ding and Xiaoyu Liu and Lianqing Li and Dengxiao Zhang and Zichuan Li and Jingling Sun and Muhammad Siddique Lashari and Stephen H. Joseph and Yuanduo Meng and Yakov Kuzyakov and Genxing Pan},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2015}
}
Suberin-derived substituted fatty acids have been shown to be potential biomarkers for plant-derived carbon (C) in soils across ecosystems. Analyzing root derived suberin compounds bound in soil could help to understand the root input into a soil organic carbon pool. In this study, bound lipids were extracted and identified in root and topsoil samples. Short-chain suberin diacids were quantified under rice (Oryza sativa L.) and rape (Brassica campestris) rotations with different cultivar… CONTINUE READING

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