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Supplement of Fate of rice shoot and root residues , rhizodeposits , and microbe-assimilated carbon in paddy soil – Part 1 : Decomposition and priming effect

@inproceedings{Zhu2016SupplementOF,
  title={Supplement of Fate of rice shoot and root residues , rhizodeposits , and microbe-assimilated carbon in paddy soil – Part 1 : Decomposition and priming effect},
  author={Z. Zhu and Guanjun Zeng and Tida Ge and Ya-Jun Hu and Cheng-li Tong and Olga Shibistova and Xin-hua He and J. Wang and G. Guggenberger and J. Wu},
  year={2016}
}
  • Z. Zhu, Guanjun Zeng, +7 authors J. Wu
  • Published 2016
  • The input of recently photosynthesized C has significant implications on soil organic C sequestration, and in paddy soils, both plants and soil microbes contribute to the overall C input. In the present study, we investigated the fate and priming effect of organic C from different sources by conducting a 300-day incubation study with four different 13C-labelled substrates: rice shoots (shoot-C), rice roots (root-C), rice rhizodeposits (rhizo-C), and microbeassimilated C (micro-C). The efflux of… CONTINUE READING
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