Plant and Soil

Papers
(The TQCC of Plant and Soil is 8. 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
Selenium biofortification in the 21st century: status and challenges for healthy human nutrition153
Eco-functionality of organic matter in soils138
Alleviation of salinity stress in plants by endophytic plant-fungal symbiosis: Current knowledge, perspectives and future directions116
Microplastics in soil-plant system: effects of nano/microplastics on plant photosynthesis, rhizosphere microbes and soil properties in soil with different residues107
Root anatomy and soil resource capture105
Root traits with team benefits: understanding belowground interactions in intercropping systems80
Changes in physicochemical properties, enzymatic activities, and the microbial community of soil significantly influence the continuous cropping of Panax quinquefolius L. (American ginseng)75
Flavonoids improve drought tolerance of maize seedlings by regulating the homeostasis of reactive oxygen species73
Intercropping legumes and cereals increases phosphorus use efficiency; a meta-analysis63
Pseudomonas simiae WCS417: star track of a model beneficial rhizobacterium59
Leaf manganese concentrations as a tool to assess belowground plant functioning in phosphorus-impoverished environments56
Physiological response of maize plants and its rhizospheric microbiome under the influence of potential bioinoculants and nanochitosan55
Resolving the mycorrhizal status of important northern hemisphere trees53
Soil organic nitrogen: an overlooked but potentially significant contribution to crop nutrition53
Processes in submerged soils – linking redox potential, soil organic matter turnover and plants to nutrient cycling49
Nitrogen placement at sowing affects root growth, grain yield formation, N use efficiency in maize49
Prospective evaluation of individual and consortia plant growth promoting rhizobacteria for drought stress amelioration in rice (Oryza sativa L.)48
The rhizosheath: from desert plants adaptation to crop breeding48
How much carbon input is required to preserve or increase projected soil organic carbon stocks in German croplands under climate change?47
Fertilization effects on microbial community composition and aggregate formation in saline‐alkaline soil47
What is a plant nutrient? Changing definitions to advance science and innovation in plant nutrition47
Biochar-based fertilizer effects on crop productivity: a meta-analysis46
The effects of pH on nutrient availability depend on both soils and plants45
Changes in microbial biomass, community composition and diversity, and functioning with soil depth in two alpine ecosystems on the Tibetan plateau43
Inconsistent responses of soil microbial community structure and enzyme activity to nitrogen and phosphorus additions in two tropical forests42
Belowground functioning of agroforestry systems: recent advances and perspectives42
Responses of C:N stoichiometry in plants, soil, and microorganisms to nitrogen addition42
Physiological and molecular advances in magnesium nutrition of plants42
Enhancing plant N uptake with biochar-based fertilizers: limitation of sorption and prospects42
Biofortification of major crop plants with iron and zinc - achievements and future directions40
Interactive regulation of root exudation and rhizosphere denitrification by plant metabolite content and soil properties39
Plants increase silicon content as a response to nitrogen or phosphorus limitation: a case study with Holcus lanatus39
Assembly of rhizosphere microbial communities in Artemisia annua: recruitment of plant growth‐promoting microorganisms and inter‐kingdom interactions between bacteria and fungi38
Linkages of litter and soil C:N:P stoichiometry with soil microbial resource limitation and community structure in a subtropical broadleaf forest invaded by Moso bamboo38
Exploring the secrets of hyphosphere of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi: processes and ecological functions38
Measurement of the effects of pH on phosphate availability37
New soil carbon sequestration with nitrogen enrichment: a meta-analysis37
Organic fertilization increased soil organic carbon stability and sequestration by improving aggregate stability and iron oxide transformation in saline-alkaline soil37
Soil pH - nutrient relationships: the diagram36
Quantifying country-to-global scale nitrogen fixation for grain legumes: I. Reliance on nitrogen fixation of soybean, groundnut and pulses36
Nitrogen fertilization increases fungal diversity and abundance of saprotrophs while reducing nitrogen fixation potential in a semiarid grassland35
Effect of anti-fungal compound phytosphingosine in wheat root exudates on the rhizosphere soil microbial community of watermelon34
Belowground processes and sustainability in agroecosystems with intercropping34
Different bacterial co-occurrence patterns and community assembly between rhizosphere and bulk soils under N addition in the plant–soil system34
Phytolith-rich straw application and groundwater table management over 36 years affect the soil-plant silicon cycle of a paddy field34
Ginsenosides in root exudates of Panax notoginseng drive the change of soil microbiota through carbon source different utilization33
Differential responses of litter decomposition to warming, elevated CO2, and changed precipitation regime33
Strong phosphorus (P)-zinc (Zn) interactions in a calcareous soil-alfalfa system suggest that rational P fertilization should be considered for Zn biofortification on Zn-deficient soils and phytoremed33
Microbial deterioration and restoration in greenhouse-based intensive vegetable production systems33
Reduced root mycorrhizal colonization as affected by phosphorus fertilization is responsible for high cadmium accumulation in wheat32
Response of C, N, and P stoichiometry characteristics of Broussonetia papyrifera to altitude gradients and soil nutrients in the karst rocky ecosystem, SW China32
The fertile island effect varies with aridity and plant patch type across an extensive continental gradient31
Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal colonization and soil pH induced by nitrogen and phosphorus additions affects leaf C:N:P stoichiometry in Chinese fir (Cunninghamia lanceolata) forests31
Phosphorus fertilization affects soybean rhizosphere phosphorus dynamics and the bacterial community in karst soils31
Fungal endophyte Epichloë bromicola infection regulates anatomical changes to account for salt stress tolerance in wild barley (Hordeum brevisubulatum)31
Interactions between cover crops and soil microorganisms increase phosphorus availability in conservation agriculture30
Quantifying country-to-global scale nitrogen fixation for grain legumes II. Coefficients, templates and estimates for soybean, groundnut and pulses30
Decomposition and temperature sensitivity of fine root and leaf litter of 43 mediterranean species30
Forest management to increase carbon sequestration in boreal Pinus sylvestris forests29
Responses of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi Occurrence to Organic Fertilizer: A meta-analysis of field studies29
Shrub expansion in the Arctic may induce large‐scale carbon losses due to changes in plant‐soil interactions29
Deep soil exploration vs. topsoil exploitation: distinctive rooting strategies between wheat landraces and wild relatives29
Intercropping improves soil ecosystem multifunctionality through enhanced available nutrients but depends on regional factors29
Liming increases yield and reduces grain cadmium concentration in rice paddies: a meta-analysis28
Design of efficient techniques for tomato leaf disease detection using genetic algorithm-based and deep neural networks28
Pseudomonas citronellolis strain SLP6 enhances the phytoremediation efficiency of Helianthus annuus in copper contaminated soils under salinity stress28
Soil potassium is correlated with root secondary metabolites and root-associated core bacteria in licorice of different ages28
Lsi2: A black box in plant silicon transport27
Effects of secondary succession on soil fungal and bacterial compositions and diversities in a karst area27
Modulation of plant functional traits under essential plant nutrients during seasonal regime in natural forests of Garhwal Himalayas27
Litter addition and understory removal influenced soil organic carbon quality and mineral nitrogen supply in a subtropical plantation forest26
Phosphorus addition regulates the responses of soil multifunctionality to nitrogen over-fertilization in a temperate grassland26
Linking rhizosphere processes across scales: Opinion26
Plant-mediated rhizospheric interactions in intraspecific intercropping alleviate the replanting disease of Radix pseudostellariae26
Traits related to efficient acquisition and use of phosphorus promote diversification in Proteaceae in phosphorus‐impoverished landscapes26
Variable responses of maize root architecture in elite cultivars due to soil compaction and moisture26
Vertical fine-root distributions in five subalpine forest types shifts with soil properties across environmental gradients26
Strategies to acquire and use phosphorus in phosphorus-impoverished and fire-prone environments26
Soil and plant health in relation to dynamic sustainment of Eh and pH homeostasis: A review26
The contribution of atmospheric deposition of cadmium and lead to their accumulation in rice grains26
Heavy metals accumulation and translocation in native plants grown on tailing dumps and human health risk25
Plant diversity and species turnover co-regulate soil nitrogen and phosphorus availability in Dinghushan forests, southern China25
Molybdenum supply increases root system growth of winter wheat by enhancing nitric oxide accumulation and expression of NRT genes25
Silicon dynamics through the lens of soil-plant-animal interactions: perspectives for agricultural practices25
A critical question for the critical zone: how do plants use rock water?25
A quantitative review of soybean responses to waterlogging: agronomical, morpho-physiological and anatomical traits of tolerance24
Comparing the deep root growth and water uptake of intermediate wheatgrass (Kernza®) to alfalfa24
The potential of cover crops to increase soil organic carbon storage in German croplands24
Aboveground litter inputs determine carbon storage across soil profiles: a meta-analysis24
Contribution of root traits to variations in soil microbial biomass and community composition24
Effect of nitrogen and phosphorus addition on litter decomposition and nutrients release in a tropical forest24
Structural variability in the bulk soil, rhizosphere, and root endophyte fungal communities of Themeda japonica plants under different grades of karst rocky desertification24
Fine roots stimulate nutrient release during early stages of leaf litter decomposition in a Central Amazon rainforest23
Altered diversity and functioning of soil and root-associated microbiomes by an invasive native plant23
Field methods to study the spatial root density distribution of individual plants23
Seed and leaf-spray inoculation of PGPR in brachiarias (Urochloa spp.) as an economic and environmental opportunity to improve plant growth, forage yield and nutrient status23
Effect of silicon on morpho-physiological attributes, yield and cadmium accumulation in two maize genotypes with contrasting root system size and health risk assessment23
Studies on the aetiology of kiwifruit decline: interaction between soil-borne pathogens and waterlogging22
Nutrient enrichment and neopolyploidy interact to increase lifetime fitness of Arabidopsis thaliana22
Enterobacter sp. FM-1 inoculation influenced heavy metal-induced oxidative stress in pakchoi (Brassica campestris L. ssp. Chinensis Makino) and water spinach (Ipomoea aquatic F.) cultivated in cadmium22
The enduring effects of sowing legume-rich mixtures on the soil microbial community and soil carbon in semi-arid wood pastures22
Pearl millet genotype impacts microbial diversity and enzymatic activities in relation to root-adhering soil aggregation22
Both the contribution of soil nitrogen and of biological N2 fixation to sugarcane can increase with the inoculation of diazotrophic bacteria22
Crop diversification reinforces soil microbiome functions and soil health22
Identification of species traits enhancing yield in wheat-faba bean intercropping: development and sensitivity analysis of a minimalist mixture model22
Short-term impact of crop diversification on soil carbon fluxes and balance in rainfed and irrigated woody cropping systems under semiarid Mediterranean conditions22
Are endophytes essential partners for plants and what are the prospects for metal phytoremediation?22
Plant strategies to mine iron from alkaline substrates22
Long-term maize-Desmodium intercropping shifts structure and composition of soil microbiome with stronger impact on fungal communities22
Do plants use root-derived proteases to promote the uptake of soil organic nitrogen?22
Effects of cultivars, water regimes, and growth stages on cadmium accumulation in rice with different radial oxygen loss22
Root-rhizosphere-soil interactions in biopores22
Comparison of soil acidification rates under different land uses in Indonesia22
Effects of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on redox homeostasis of rice under Cd stress21
Differences in uptake and translocation of foliar‐applied Zn in maize and wheat21
Root exudates increase phosphorus availability in the tomato/potato onion intercropping system21
Ecological interactions among microbial functional guilds in the plant-soil system and implications for ecosystem function21
Productivity limiting impacts of boron deficiency, a review21
Carbon storage and plant-soil linkages among soil aggregates as affected by nitrogen enrichment and mowing management in a meadow grassland21
Sensitivity of soil fungal and bacterial community compositions to nitrogen and phosphorus additions in a temperate meadow21
Litter decomposition in European coniferous and broadleaf forests under experimentally elevated acidity and nitrogen addition21
Plant species and season influence soil physicochemical properties and microbial function in a semi-arid woodland ecosystem21
Epichloë gansuensis endophyte-infection alters soil enzymes activity and soil nutrients at different growth stages of Achnatherum inebrians21
Balancing litterfall and decomposition in cacao agroforestry systems21
Effects of Suillus luteus and S. bovinus on the physiological response and nutrient absorption of Pinus massoniana seedlings under phosphorus deficiency20
Litter stoichiometric traits have stronger impact on humification than environment conditions in an alpine treeline ecotone20
Different response of transient and persistent seed bank of alpine wetland to grazing disturbance on the Tibetan Plateau20
Rice domestication influences the composition and function of the rhizosphere bacterial chemotaxis systems20
Metabolomics insights into the mechanism by which Epichloë gansuensis endophyte increased Achnatherum inebrians tolerance to low nitrogen stress20
Effects of plant cultivars on the structure of bacterial and fungal communities associated with ginseng20
Conservation tillage regulates the assembly, network structure and ecological function of the soil bacterial community in black soils20
Plant-soil feedback: incorporating untested influential drivers and reconciling terminology20
Plant litter quality regulates soil eco-enzymatic stoichiometry and microbial nutrient limitation in a citrus orchard20
Biological soil crusts structure the subsurface microbiome in a sandy agroecosystem20
Nitrogen as a regulator for flowering time in plant20
Variation in rare earth element (REE), aluminium (Al) and silicon (Si) accumulation among populations of the hyperaccumulator Dicranopteris linearis in southern China20
Root rot-infected Sanqi ginseng rhizosphere harbors dynamically pathogenic microbiotas driven by the shift of phenolic acids20
Combination of humic biostimulants with a microbial inoculum improves lettuce productivity, nutrient uptake, and primary and secondary metabolism20
Reducing methane emission by promoting its oxidation in rhizosphere through nitrogen-induced root growth in paddy fields20
Can precrops uplift subsoil nutrients to topsoil?20
Introduction of broadleaf species into monospecific Cunninghamia lanceolata plantations changed the soil Acidobacteria subgroups composition and nitrogen-cycling gene abundances20
Plastic film mulch changes the microbial community in maize root-associated compartments20
Some thoughts on silicon and carbon trade-offs in plants20
Can arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi mitigate drought stress in annual pasture legumes?19
Climate and vegetation together control the vertical distribution of soil carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus in shrublands in China19
Pathogen infection influences a distinct microbial community composition in sorghum RILs19
Plants with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi efficiently acquire Nitrogen from substrate additions by shaping the decomposer community composition and their net plant carbon demand19
Different effects of sheep excrement type and supply level on plant and soil C:N:P stoichiometry in a typical steppe on the loess plateau19
Recovery after volcanic ash deposition: vegetation effects on soil organic carbon, soil structure and infiltration rates19
Differential impacts of soil salinity and water logging on Eucalyptus growth and carbon sequestration under mulched vs. unmulched soils in south-western Punjab, India19
Impact of N application rate on tea (Camellia sinensis) growth and soil bacterial and fungi communities19
Impact of crop cultivation, nitrogen and fulvic acid on soil fungal community structure in salt-affected alluvial fluvo-aquic soil19
Long-term partial substitution of chemical fertilizer with green manure regulated organic matter mineralization in paddy soil dominantly by modulating organic carbon quality19
The main drivers of methane emissions differ in the growing and flooded fallow seasons in Mediterranean rice fields19
Cd accumulation characteristics of Salvia tiliifolia and changes of rhizospheric soil enzyme activities and bacterial communities under a Cd concentration gradient19
Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi acted synergistically with Bradyrhizobium sp. to improve nodulation, nitrogen fixation, plant growth and seed yield of mung bean (Vigna radiata) but increased the populati19
Changes of soil-rhizosphere microbiota after organic amendment application in a Hordeum vulgare L. short-term greenhouse experiment18
Colonization status and community structure of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in the coniferous tree, Cryptomeria japonica, with special reference to root orders18
Novel plant-soil feedbacks drive adaption of invasive plants to soil legacies of native plants under nitrogen deposition18
Different pioneer plant species have similar rhizosphere microbial communities18
A significant increase in rhizosheath carboxylates and greater specific root length in response to terminal drought is associated with greater relative phosphorus acquisition in chickpea18
Nature restoration shifts the abundance and structure of soil nematode communities in subtropical forests18
Soil bacterial communities vary with grassland degradation in the Qinghai Lake watershed18
Direct and indirect effects of precipitation change and nutrients addition on desert steppe productivity in Inner Mongolia, northern China18
Maize and soybean response to phosphorus fertilization with blends of struvite and monoammonium phosphate18
Small-scale modelling of root-soil interaction of trees under lateral loads18
Litter inputs and phosphatase activity affect the temporal variability of organic phosphorus in a tropical forest soil in the Central Amazon18
Biomechanical properties of the growing and decaying roots of Cynodon dactylon18
Rhizosphere microbiome modulated effects of biochar on ryegrass 15N uptake and rhizodeposited 13C allocation in soil18
Nano-silicon mediated alleviation of Cd toxicity by cell wall adsorption and antioxidant defense system in rice seedlings18
Nitrate uptake and carbon exudation – do plant roots stimulate or inhibit denitrification?18
The volatile organic compounds of Floccularia luteovirens modulate plant growth and metabolism in Arabidopsis thaliana18
Arbuscular mycorrhiza: advances and retreats in our understanding of the ecological functioning of the mother of all root symbioses18
Alpine meadow degradation depresses soil nitrogen fixation by regulating plant functional groups and diazotrophic community composition17
Silicon relieves aluminum‐induced inhibition of cell elongation in rice root apex by reducing the deposition of aluminum in the cell wall17
Changes in soil phosphorus fractions in response to long‐term phosphate fertilization under sole cropping and intercropping of maize and faba bean on a calcareous soil17
Bacterial diversity in tea plant (Camellia sinensis) rhizosphere soil from Qinling Mountains and its relationship with environmental elements17
Overexpression of UDP-glycosyltransferase genes enhanced aluminum tolerance through disrupting cell wall polysaccharide components in soybean17
Above-belowground interactions in alpine ecosystems on the roof of the world17
Effect of bio-organic fertilizers partially substituting chemical fertilizers on labile organic carbon and bacterial community of citrus orchard soils17
Massive methane emission from tree stems and pneumatophores in a subtropical mangrove wetland17
Root reinforcement models: classification, criticism and perspectives17
Metabolic profiling of benzoxazinoids in the roots and rhizosphere of commercial winter wheat genotypes17
Peat-vermiculite alters microbiota composition towards increased soil fertility and crop productivity17
A generic form of fibre bundle models for root reinforcement of soil17
Reshaping of the soil microbiome by the expansion of invasive plants: shifts in structure, diversity, co-occurrence, niche breadth, and assembly processes17
Drought alters plant‐soil feedback effects on biomass allocation but not on plant performance17
Role of nanosilicab to boost the activities of metabolites in Triticum aestivum facing drought stress17
Native and non-native trees can find compatible mycorrhizal partners in each other’s dominated areas17
Spatiotemporal responses of rice root architecture and anatomy to drought17
Crop rotations differ in soil carbon stabilization efficiency, but the response to quality of structural plant inputs is ambiguous17
Multifunctionality and microbial communities in agricultural soils regulate the dynamics of a soil-borne pathogen17
Leaf and root traits, but not relationships among traits, vary with ontogeny in seedlings17
Root density drives aggregate stability of soils of different moraine ages in the Swiss Alps17
Stem CH4 and N2O fluxes of Fraxinus excelsior and Populus alba trees along a flooding gradient17
Root water uptake under heterogeneous soil moisture conditions: an experimental study for unraveling compensatory root water uptake and hydraulic redistribution16
Origin of carbon in agricultural soil profiles deduced from depth gradients of C:N ratios, carbon fractions, δ13C and δ15N values16
Root hairs matter at field scale for maize shoot growth and nutrient uptake, but root trait plasticity is primarily triggered by texture and drought16
Improving the remote estimation of soil organic carbon in complex ecosystems with Sentinel-2 and GIS using Gaussian processes regression16
Molecular mechanisms underpinning the silicon-selenium (Si-Se) interactome and cross-talk in stress-induced plant responses16
The effect of soil properties on the relation between soil management and Fusarium wilt expression in Gros Michel bananas16
Root growth and presence of Rhizophagus irregularis distinctly alter substrate hydraulic properties in a model system with Medicago truncatula16
Seasonal variations in plant nitrogen acquisition in an ectomycorrhizal alpine forest on the eastern Tibetan Plateau, China16
Does the lack of root hairs alter root system architecture of Zea mays?16
Biochar affects silicification patterns and physical traits of rice leaves cultivated in a desilicated soil (Ferric Lixisol)16
Soil pH effects on phosphorus mobilization in the rhizosphere of Lupinus angustifolius16
Low soil phosphorus availability triggers maize growth stage specific rhizosphere processes leading to mineralization of organic P16
Physiological and molecular insights into the role of silicon in improving plant performance under abiotic stresses16
Plant, soil and faunal responses to a contrived pH gradient16
AFD-Net: Apple Foliar Disease multi classification using deep learning on plant pathology dataset16
The effect of silicon fertilization and phosphate-solubilizing bacteria on chemical forms of silicon and phosphorus uptake by wheat plant in a calcareous soil16
Potential applicability of a cyanobacterium as a biofertilizer and biopesticide in rice fields16
Chemical fertilizer reduction with organic material amendments alters co-occurrence network patterns of bacterium-fungus-nematode communities under the wheat–maize rotation regime15
Climate change and ecological engineering jointly induced vegetation greening in global karst regions from 2001 to 202015
Variations in soil properties rather than functional gene abundances dominate soil phosphorus dynamics under short-term nitrogen input15
Brassica napus phyllosphere bacterial composition changes with growth stage15
Overgrazing causes a reduction in the vegetation cover and seed bank of Patagonian grasslands15
The decomposition rates of leaf litter and fine root and their temperature sensitivities are influenced differently by biotic factors15
Plants colonizing volcanic deposits: root adaptations and effects on rhizosphere microorganisms15
Influence of a plant biostimulant on the uptake, distribution and speciation of Se in Se-enriched wheat (Triticum aestivum L. cv. Pinzón)15
A cool spot in a biodiversity hotspot: why do tall Eucalyptus forests in Southwest Australia exhibit low diversity?15
Magnesium isotope fractionation reflects plant response to magnesium deficiency in magnesium uptake and allocation: a greenhouse study with wheat15
Resistance of steppe communities to extreme drought in northeast China15
Contrasting responses of plant above and belowground biomass carbon pools to extreme drought in six grasslands spanning an aridity gradient15
Melatonin and dopamine enhance waterlogging tolerance by modulating ROS scavenging, nitrogen uptake, and the rhizosphere microbial community in Malus hupehensis15
Nitrogen and phosphorus cycling in an ombrotrophic peatland: a benchmark for assessing change15
A hyperaccumulator plant Sedum alfredii recruits Cd/Zn-tolerant but not Pb-tolerant endospheric bacterial communities from its rhizospheric soil15
Going underground: soil hydraulic properties impacting maize responsiveness to water deficit15
The γ-clade HD-Zip I transcription factor MdHB-7 regulates salt tolerance in transgenic apple (Malus domestica)15
The microbial community associated with pea seeds (Pisum sativum) of different geographical origins15
Multiple scales of spatial heterogeneity control soil respiration responses to precipitation across a dryland rainfall gradient15
Comprehensive journey from past to present to future about seed priming with hydrogen peroxide and hydrogen sulfide concerning drought, temperature, UV and ozone stresses- a review15
Peanut preinoculation with a root endophyte induces plant resistance to soil-borne pathogen Fusarium oxysporum via activation of salicylic acid-dependent signaling15
A comparison of the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities among Bangladeshi modern high yielding and traditional rice varieties15
A genome‐wide analysis of NPF and NRT2 transporter gene families in bread wheat provides new insights into the distribution, function, regulation and evolution of nitrate transporters15
Phosphate-solubilising microorganisms mainly increase plant phosphate uptake by effects of pH on root physiology15
Bacillus megaterium strain WW1211 promotes plant growth and lateral root initiation via regulation of auxin biosynthesis and redistribution15
Hydraulic dysfunction due to root-exposure-initiated water stress is responsible for the mortality of Salix gordejevii shrubs on the windward slopes of active sand dunes14
Microbial soil legacies of crops under different water and nitrogen levels determine succeeding crop performance14
Inoculations with Pseudomonas fluorescens and Bacillus cereus affect the soil enzyme activity, growth and rhizosphere microbial diversity of Taxus chinensis var. mairei14
Contrasting rhizosphere soil nutrient economy of plants associated with arbuscular mycorrhizal and ectomycorrhizal fungi in karst forests14
On maintenance and metabolisms in soil microbial communities14
The ‘europium anomaly’ in plants: facts and fiction14
Can root traits predict communities of soil nematodes in restored northern prairies?14
Soil properties and substrate quality determine the priming of soil organic carbon during vegetation succession14
Leaching alleviates phenol-mediated root rot in Panax notoginseng by modifying the soil microbiota14
Barley shoot biomass responds strongly to N:P stoichiometry and intraspecific competition, whereas roots only alter their foraging14
Evaluating lodgepole pine endophytes for their ability to fix nitrogen and support tree growth under nitrogen-limited conditions14
Degradation of wetlands on the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau causing a loss in soil organic carbon in 1966–201614
Water sources of major plant species along a strong climatic gradient in the inland Heihe River Basin14
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