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Past studies of plant?microbe interactions in the alpine nitrogen cycle have revealed a seasonal separation of N use, with plants absorbing N primarily during the summer months and microbes immobilizing N primarily during the autumn months. On the basis of these studies, it has been concluded that competition for N between plants and microbes is minimized along this seasonal gradient. In this study, we examined more deeply the links between microbial population dynamics and plant N availability in an alpine dry meadow. We conducted a year-round ?eld study and per formed experiments on isolated soil microorganisms. Based on previous work in this ecosystem, we hypothesized that microbial biomass would decline before...
Effects of previous intensive agricultural management on microorganisms and the biodiversity of soil fauna
Effects of mycorrhizal roots on litter decomposition, soil biota, and nutrients in a spodosolic soil
Isolation and use of indigenous bacteria for bioremediation of soil from a former wood treatment site in southwestern Alaska
Changes in structure, organic matter and microbial activity in pine forest soil following the introduction of Dendrobaena octaedra (Oligochaeta, Lumbricidae)
Spatial and temporal patterns of Aspergillus flavus strain composition and propagule density in Yuma County, Arizona, soils