Soil Science and Plant Nutrition

Papers
(The TQCC of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition is 4. 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
Linking transport system of silicon with its accumulation in different plant species65
Satellite- and drone-based remote sensing of crops and soils for smart farming – a review62
Biochar as an organic soil conditioner for mitigating salinity stress in tomato34
The bHLH protein OsIRO3 is critical for plant survival and iron (Fe) homeostasis in rice (Oryza sativa L.) under Fe-deficient conditions33
Effects of biodegradable plastics on soil properties and greenhouse gas production31
Photosynthesis improvement for enhancing productivity in rice22
Enhancement of the nitrogen-fixing activity of paddy soils owing to iron application22
Overview of recent researches on nitrifying microorganisms in soil20
Smart fertilizer management: the progress of imaging technologies and possible implementation of plant biomarkers in agriculture18
Alternate wetting and drying enhanced the yield of a triple-cropping rice paddy of the Mekong Delta18
Effect of freeze-thaw disturbance on soil C and N dynamics and GHG fluxes of East Asia forests: review and future perspectives16
Soil carbon sequestration and soil quality change between no-tillage and conventional tillage soil management after 3 and 11 years of organic farming16
Distribution of organic carbon and nutrients in soil aggregates under different stand types of Cunninghamia lanceolata in southern Guangxi of China14
Changes in paddy soil fertility in Thailand due to the Green Revolution during the last 50 years14
Iron delivery to the growing leaves associated with leaf chlorosis in mugineic acid family phytosiderophores-generating graminaceous crops13
Biochemical responses of mycorrhizal-inoculated Lamiaceae (Lavender, Rosemary and Thyme) plants to drought: a field study12
Speciation of phosphorus accumulated in fertilized cropland of Aichi prefecture in Japan with different soil properties by sequential chemical extraction and P K-edge XANES12
Hyperspectral assessment of soil fertility in farm fields in Fukushima decontaminated after the radioactive fallout11
Soil salinity, fertility and carbon content, and rice yield of salt-affected paddy with different cultivation period in southwestern coastal area of South Korea10
Long-term changes in paddy soil fertility in Peninsular Malaysia during 50 years after the Green Revolution with special reference to their physiographic environments9
Ecology of methanogenic and methane-oxidizing microorganisms in paddy soil ecosystem9
Effects of co-overproduction of Rubisco and chloroplast glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase on photosynthesis in rice9
Sulfur application enhances secretion of organic acids by soybean roots and solubilization of phosphorus in rhizosphere9
Valorization of animal bone into phosphorus biofertilizer: effects of animal species, thermal processing method, and production temperature on phosphorus availability9
Microbial immobilization of ammonium and nitrate fertilizers induced by starch and cellulose in an agricultural soil9
Elucidation of efficient photosynthesis in plants with limited iron9
Oxidation of the reaction center chlorophyll of photosystem I is induced via close cooperation of photosystems II and I with progress of drought stress in soybean seedlings8
Selection of efficient phosphorus solubilizing bacteria strains and mycorrhizea for enhanced cereal growth, root microbe status and N and P uptake in alkaline calcareous soil8
Effects of non-uniform salt stress on growth, yield, and quality of tomato8
Rational utilization of Chinese milk vetch improves soil fertility, rice production, and fertilizer use efficiency in double-rice cropping system in East China8
Development of precision agriculture and ICT application thereof to manage spatial variability of crop growth8
Soil organic carbon was more strongly linked with soil phosphate fixing capacity than with clay content across 20,000 agricultural soils in Japan: a potential role of reactive aluminum revealed by soi8
Changes in lowland paddy soil fertility in the Philippines after 50 years of the Green Revolution8
Nitrogen saturation of forested catchments in central Japan - Progress or recovery?7
Synergetic effects of DA-6/24-EBL and NTA on uptake, subcellular distribution and chemical form of Cd in Amaranthus hybridus L7
The comparative soil fertility in traditional and alder-based shifting cultivation of varied fallow lengths in Eastern Indian Himalayas7
Early mid-season drainage can mitigate greenhouse gas emission from organic rice farming with green manure application7
Organic farming enhances soil carbon and nitrogen dynamics in oil palm crops from Southeast Amazon7
Short-term response of soil greenhouse gas fluxes to alfalfa termination methods in a Mediterranean cropping system7
Susceptibility and resilience of the soil ciliate community to high temperatures7
Effects of soil properties on urea-N transformation and efficacy of nitrification inhibitor 3, 4-dimethypyrazole phosphate (DMPP)6
A cellophane-supported Arabidopsis culture for seamless transfer between different media is useful for studying various nitrogen responses6
Arbuscular mycorrhiza fungi applications and rock phosphate fertilizers enhance available phosphorus in soil and promote plant immunity in robusta coffee6
Comprehensive microstructural characterization of saline–alkali soils in the Yellow River Delta, China6
Effect of phytochrome-mediated red light signaling on phosphorus uptake and accumulation in rice6
Effects of land-use types on the temporal dynamics of soil active carbon and nitrogen in the rocky mountainous of North China6
Physicochemical and time factors affecting 137Cs transfer through a paddy soil–rice system6
A comparative study of the growth and physiological parameters of two oat (Avena sativa L.) lines under salinity stress6
Catchment topography and the distribution of electron donors for denitrification control the nitrate concentration in headwater streams of the Lake Hachiro watershed6
The effects of vegetation communities on soil organic carbon stock in an enclosed desert-steppe region of northern China6
Effect of salt stress on soybean growth and nodulation under inoculation with soybean rhizobia6
Fatty acid compositions of triacylglycerols in flax (Linum usitatissimum L.) seeds with varied seeding dates and nitrogen fertilization in a temperate region of Japan6
Equivalent incorporation of Chinese milk vetch and rice straw enhanced nutrient mineralization and reduced greenhouse gas emissions5
Carbon decomposition and nitrogen mineralization of foxtail and milk vetch incorporated into paddy soils for different durations of organic farming5
Sustainable soil management in East, South and Southeast Asia5
Soil chemical properties affecting soybean yield on a nationwide scale in Japan5
Response of mycorrhizal symbiosis to phosphorus and its application for sustainable crop production and remediation of environment5
Application of biofertilizer containing Bacillus pumillus TUAT1 on soybean without inhibiting infection by Bradyrhizobium diazoefficiens USDA1105
Different strategies for colonization and prevalence after inoculation with plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria revealed by a monitoring method5
Changes in soil characteristics and rice yield under straw returning in saline sodic soils5
Aggregate distribution and substrate-induced respiration under different tillage and mulching management systems in organic farming5
Effects of controlled release N fertilizers and reduced application rate on nitrous oxide emissions from soybean fields converted from rice paddies5
Long-term change in phosphorus behavior and the degree of P saturation in typical cropland after different fertilization practices5
Carbon and nitrogen dynamics as affected by land-use and management change from original rice paddies to orchard, wetland, parking area and uplands in a mountain village located in Shonai region, Nort5
Soil carbon sequestration on a maize-mung bean field with rice straw mulch, no-tillage, and chemical fertilizer application in Thailand from 2011 to 20155
Application of phosphate solubilizing fungi and lime altered the soil inorganic phosphorus fractions in an Ultisol of north-eastern India4
Responses of rubber tree seedlings (Hevea brasiliensis) to phosphorus deficient soils4
Mineralogical and surface charge characteristics of Andosols experiencing long-term, land-use change in West Java, Indonesia4
Acid phosphomonoesterase and β-glucosidase activities in volcanic soils under permanent fertilized pastures: distribution profile and microbial effort toward P acquisition4
Long-term application of fused magnesium phosphate and calcium silicate change soil chemical properties, C decomposition and N mineralization in a single rice paddy field of Northeastern Japan4
Quantification methods of pyrogenic carbon in soil with soil as a complex matrix: comparing the CTO-375 and Cr2O7 methods4
Limited effects of the soluble organic phosphorus fraction on the root phosphorus uptake efficiency of upland rice genotypes grown in acid soil4
Soil carbon and nitrogen stock of the Japanese agricultural land estimated by the national soil monitoring database (2015–2018)4
Estimation of turnover time of microbial biomass potassium in paddy field soil4
Air-drying and drying-rewetting effects in Japanese Andosols subjected to long-term organic rice farming4
Soil carbon stocks and main nutrients under cocoa plantations of different ages4
Dynamics of fractionated rhizosphere soil P and plant P uptake under maize/P-mobilizing legumes intercropping in strongly weathered soil of Tanzania4
Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi regulate tomato silicon absorption4
The interaction between N and P addition on grassland soil acid buffering capacity is regulated by precipitation4
Radioactive Cs transfer to vegetables after the FDNPP accident4
Enhancing phosphorus and iron nutrition of wheat through crop establishment techniques and microbial inoculations in conjunction with fertilization4
Three years of biochar and straw application could reduce greenhouse gas and improve rice productivity4
Effects of volcanic parent materials on the acid buffering capacity of forest soils on Yakushima Island, Japan4
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