Pedobiologia

Papers
(The TQCC of Pedobiologia is 5. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
ArticleCitations
Response of soil fauna to simulated global change factors depends on ambient climate conditions28
Climate and soil properties regulate soil fungal communities on the Loess Plateau18
Functional shifts of soil microbial communities associated with Alliaria petiolata invasion16
Responses of oribatid mites to warming in boreal peatlands depend on fen type14
The magnitude and direction of priming were driven by soil moisture and temperature in a temperate forest soil of China14
Increases in substrate availability and decreases in soil pH drive the positive effects of nitrogen addition on soil net nitrogen mineralization in a temperate meadow steppe14
Composition and interaction frequencies in soil bacterial communities change in association with urban park age in Beijing14
Ecological restoration methods influence the structure of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities in degraded drylands13
Decreased burrowing activity of endogeic earthworms and effects on water infiltration in response to an increase in soil bulk density12
Benefits of dual inoculation with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and rhizobia on Phaseolus vulgaris planted in a low-fertility tropical soil12
Stability of soil organic carbon during forest conversion is more sensitive in deep soil than in topsoil in subtropical forests12
Winter cover crops and no till management enhance enzyme activities in soybean field soils11
Native arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi respond to rehabilitation in iron ore mining areas from the Eastern Brazilian Amazon11
Nematode grazing increases the allocation of plant-derived carbon to soil bacteria and saprophytic fungi, and activates bacterial species of the rhizosphere11
Variability of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities within the root systems of individual plants is high and influenced by host species and root phosphorus11
Salinity changes root occupancy by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal species10
Metabarcoding mites: Three years of elevated CO2 has no effect on oribatid assemblages in a Eucalyptus woodland10
Evolutionary terrestrialization scenarios for soil invertebrates9
Irrigation and fertilization effects on arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi depend on growing season in a dryland maize agroecosystem9
Topography is more important than forest type as a determinant for functional trait composition of Collembola community9
Tuber pseudohimalayense ascomata-compartments strongly select their associated bacterial microbiome from nearby pine forest soils independently of their maturation stage9
Soil properties and climate affect arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and soil microbial communities in Mediterranean rainfed cereal cropping systems9
Crop residues in corn-wheat rotation in a semi-arid region increase CO2 efflux under conventional tillage but not in a no-tillage system9
Using X-ray microtomography to characterize the burrowing behaviour of earthworms in heterogeneously polluted soils8
Nitrogen enrichment affects soil enzymatic stoichiometry via soil acidification in arid and hot land8
Land management drives dynamic changes to microbial function through edaphic factors and soil biota8
Amazonian deforestation and its influence on soil biotic factors and abiotic properties8
Shifting prokaryotic communities along a soil formation chronosequence and across soil horizons in a South Taiga ecosystem8
Soil environment influences plant growth-promotion traits of isolated rhizobacteria8
Litter inputs drive increases in topsoil organic carbon after scrub encroachment in an alpine grassland7
Nematode contributions to the soil food web trophic structure of two contrasting boreal peatlands in Canada7
Tools for monitoring and study of peregrine pheretimoid earthworms (Megascolecidae)7
Earthworms did not increase long-term nitrous oxide fluxes in perennial forage and riparian buffer ecosystems6
Response of soil biodiversity to global change6
Soil and microbial nutrient status are heterogeneous within an elevational belt on a neotropical mountain6
Metaproteomes reveal increased capacity for stress tolerance of soil microbes in ferruginous tropical rocky outcrops6
Forest plantations reduce soil functioning in terrestrial ecosystems from South Africa6
Dynamics of soil microarthropod populations affected by a combination of extreme climatic events in tropical home gardens of Kerala, India5
The effects of straw returning and nitrogen fertilizer application on soil labile organic carbon fractions and carbon pool management index in a rice–wheat rotation system5
Soil fauna groups respond differentially to changes in crop rotation cycles in rice production systems5
Litter thickness and soil pH influence the diversity of saprotrophic fungi in primary forest fragments in the Amazon5
Fire effects on biochemical properties of a semiarid pine forest topsoil at cm-scale5
Influence of understory vegetation on soil bacterial communities and nitrogen cycling gene abundance in cool-temperate and sub-alpine forests along an elevational gradient5
Determination of litter derived C and N in litterbags and soil using stable isotopes prevents overestimation of litter decomposition in alley cropping systems5
Invasive earthworms Amynthas tokioensis and Amynthas agrestis alter macronutrients (Ca, Mg, K, P) in field and laboratory forest soils5
Shade affects fine-root morphology in range-encroaching eastern redcedars (Juniperus virginiana) more than competition, soil fertility and pH5
Belowground plant-plant signaling of root infection by nematodes5
Agricultural practices influence biological soil quality indicators in an irrigated semiarid agro-ecosystem5
Trophic groups of soil fauna in semiarid: Impacts of land use change, climatic seasonality and environmental variables5
Bioturbation by dung beetles and termites. Do they similarly impact soil and hydraulic properties?5
Stramenopiles and Cercozoa dominate the heterotrophic protist community of biological soil crusts irrespective of edaphic factors5
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