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Mixing additional species with monoculture plant litter may result in synergistic effects on decomposition rates, and these effects can be nonadditive relative to the responses observed for the ...

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Synergistic effect: a common theme in mixed-species

26 Our results show that a significantly synergistic effect occurs at global scale with 27 the average increase by 2-4% in litter mixture decomposition; In particular, 28 low-quality litter in mixture shows a significantly synergistic effect, while no 29 significant change is observed with high-quality species.

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Time and litter species composition affect litter-mixing ...

高达12%返现  Mar 29, 2013  Purpose Litter decomposition is a fundamental process of biogeochemical cycles. Mixing litter of different species can induce non-additive effect (NAE) on decomposition processes. A better understanding of the factors influencing the direction and magnitude of NAE is important for quantification of ecosystem carbon and nutrient cycling. Methods Litter

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Decomposition time, chemical traits and climatic factors ...

高达12%返现  May 18, 2019  Litter-mixing effects on decomposition. Figure 2 shows that non-additive effects of litter decomposition were frequently found, with 51% (67 out of 132 cases) of the litter mixtures decomposing either faster or slower than expected throughout the whole period. Specifically, there were more non-additively antagonistic effects (above 1:1 line ...

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Effects of litter mixtures on aerobic decomposition rate ...

Nov 15, 2019  Incubation temperature, species composition, and their interaction significantly influenced the relative litter mixing effect on both C mineralization constant k values and mass loss during litter decomposition ().At both 10 °C and 20 °C, two mixtures had higher observed k values than those expected from the individual species, while four mixtures had lower observed k values than the ...

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Plant Ecology litter mixing significantly affects ...

litter mixing significantly affects decomposition in the Hulun ... Litter decomposition is a fundamental process in ecosystem carbon and nutrient cycling and an important source of

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Synergistic effect: a common theme in mixed-species litter ...

26 Our results show that a significantly synergistic effect occurs at global scale with 27 the average increase by 2-4% in litter mixture decomposition; In particular, 28 low-quality litter in mixture shows a significantly synergistic effect, while no 29 significant change is observed with high-quality species.

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[PDF] Litter decomposition, climate and liter quality ...

Feb 01, 1995  Interest in the role of litter decomposition in the global carbon cycle has increased recently since (1) increased atmospheric carbon dioxide will probably affect the chemical quality of litter (especially nitrogen content), and (2) global warming may enhance decomposition rates. Litter decomposition is controlled by three main factors: climate, litter quality and the nature and

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The impact of hemiparasitic plant litter on decomposition ...

Dec 08, 2004  However, hemiparasite litter did not indirectly affect the decomposition rate or nutrient release from litter mixtures in field-placed litterbags. Furthermore, the direction and magnitude of litter mixing effects on mass loss varied strongly between methods; interactions were absent or negative in the litterbed, non-significant in field ...

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Context dependency of litter‐mixing effects on ...

Oct 28, 2008  We found significant non-additive effects of litter mixing on litter decomposition rates, on final litter N and P concentrations, and on litter N loss, but these non-additive effects varied both in direction and magnitude with changed number of species, and even among litter mixtures with the same number of species.

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Decomposition of diverse litter mixtures in streams

Nonadditive effects on the decomposition of mixed-species litter were minor, although a small synergistic effect was observed in the Massif Central stream where observed litter mass remaining was significantly lower overall than expected from data on single-species litter.

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A meta-analysis on decomposition quantifies afterlife ...

Sep 11, 2020  Here, we provide a global-scale meta-analysis for the after-life effects of plant diversity (species-mixing effects) on litter decomposition by gathering relevant data from in situ and ex situ ...

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Interspecific Leaf Interactions during Decomposition in ...

Caihong Zhang, Shenggong Li, Leiming Zhang, Xiaoping Xin, Xingren Liu Litter mixing significantly affects decomposition in the Hulun Buir meadow steppe of Inner Mongolia, China†, Journal of Plant Ecology 7, no.1 1 (May 2013): 56–67.

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Junwei Luan: accounting for bamboo effects in soil ...

Nov 16, 2021  In our new post, Junwei Luan from International Centre for Bamboo and Rattan (China) presents his last work ‘'Litter decomposition affected by bamboo expansion is modulated by litter-mixing and microbial composition’, discusses about the effects of commercial plantations in ecosystems and shares his research career experiences. Luan (left) and Prof. Shirong Liu (right) visit a

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Altered Microbial Community Development Explains Litter ...

Litter decomposition is a fundamental process of biogeochemical cycles. It is very important to know the microbial processes and mechanisms of litter decomposition, and to fully understand the carbon cycle of the terrestrial ecosystems. Mixing litter of different species can induce non-additive effects (NAEs) on decomposition processes. Microbial decomposer communities will change during ...

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Species Diversity Induces Idiosyncratic Effects on Litter ...

Mar 03, 2021  Litter decomposition is a fundamental path for nutrient cycling in a natural ecosystem. However, it remains unclear how species diversity, including richness and evenness, affects the decomposition dynamics in the context of grassland degradation. Using a litter bag technique, we investigated the litter-mixing effects of two coexisting dominant species (Leymus chinensis Lc and

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Characteristics of fungal community structure during the ...

J Plant Ecol ›› 2020, Vol. 13 ›› Issue (5): 574-588. DOI: 10.1093/jpe/rtaa045 • Research Articles • Previous Articles Next Articles Characteristics of fungal community structure during the decomposition of mixed foliage litter from Pinus massoniana and broadleaved tree species in southwestern China . Yan Zhang 1,†, Xun Li 1,†, Danju Zhang 1,2, Yu Qin 1, Yang Zhou 1, Simeng Song ...

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Effects of sulfuric, nitric, and mixed acid rain on the ...

Oct 12, 2021  Three-way ANOVA was employed to assess the effects of the decomposition period, acid rain pH, and S/N ratio on the soil traits and litter decomposition using SPSS 19.0. Pearson analysis was performed to reveal the relationships between the fine root decomposition and soil properties under different acid rain treatments in R 3.4.0.

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Plant Ecology litter mixing significantly affects ...

litter mixing significantly affects decomposition in the Hulun ... Litter decomposition is a fundamental process in ecosystem carbon and nutrient cycling and an important source of

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The influence of litter mixing on decomposition and soil ...

Mar 01, 2013  Litter mixing effects on the remaining litter mass changed with the field incubation time and litter composition . After 6 months, all litter mixing treatments showed that the remaining litter mass was significantly higher than that of the predicted values,

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The influence of litter composition across the litter–soil ...

Feb 01, 2014  We studied litter-mixing effects on decomposition across the litter–soil continuum. • We measured mass loss, litter soil N dynamics, and multiple taxa of decomposers. • As expected, litter mass N dynamics in monoculture were coupled with soil N. • Despite this continuum, litter and soil responded differently to litter-mixing. •

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[PDF] Litter decomposition, climate and liter quality ...

Feb 01, 1995  Interest in the role of litter decomposition in the global carbon cycle has increased recently since (1) increased atmospheric carbon dioxide will probably affect the chemical quality of litter (especially nitrogen content), and (2) global warming may enhance decomposition rates. Litter decomposition is controlled by three main factors: climate, litter quality and the nature and

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Synergistic effect: a common theme in mixed-species litter ...

26 Our results show that a significantly synergistic effect occurs at global scale with 27 the average increase by 2-4% in litter mixture decomposition; In particular, 28 low-quality litter in mixture shows a significantly synergistic effect, while no 29 significant change is observed with high-quality species.

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Functional diversity of leaf litter mixtures slows ...

The consequences of this mixing, and of the role of multiple dimensions of plant biodiversity, for litter decomposition are ambiguous, with past research suggesting that mixing diverse litter can speed up, slow down, or have no effect on decomposition.

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Decomposition of diverse litter mixtures in streams

Nonadditive effects on the decomposition of mixed-species litter were minor, although a small synergistic effect was observed in the Massif Central stream where observed litter mass remaining was significantly lower overall than expected from data on single-species litter.

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Litter mixing significantly affects decomposition in the Hulun Buir meadow steppe of Inner Mongolia, China. Caihong Zhang, Shenggong Li, Leiming Zhang, Xiaoping Xin, Xingren Liu. ... Litter age interacted with N and P addition to impact soil N 2 O emissions in Cunninghamia lanceolata plantations

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Tree species richness affects litter production and ...

the entire litter mixtures were analyzed, i.e. mixing species resulted in pure additive effects and observed decomposition rates were not different from expected rates. However, the individual species changed their decomposition pattern depending on the diversity of the litter mixture, i.e. there were species-specific responses to mixing litter.

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Functional diversity affects decomposition processes in ...

Mar 31, 2008  Apparently, non-additive litter mixing effects do prevail, that is, litter mass loss in mixtures is higher or lower than in pure litters (Gartner Cardon 2004), suggesting that some interactions among different litter species do affect litter decomposition (Hättenschwiler, Tiunov Scheu 2005). The third step tests whether there is an effect ...

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Interspecific Leaf Interactions during Decomposition in ...

Caihong Zhang, Shenggong Li, Leiming Zhang, Xiaoping Xin, Xingren Liu Litter mixing significantly affects decomposition in the Hulun Buir meadow steppe of Inner Mongolia, China†, Journal of Plant Ecology 7, no.1 1 (May 2013): 56–67.

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Altered Microbial Community Development Explains Litter ...

Litter decomposition is a fundamental process of biogeochemical cycles. It is very important to know the microbial processes and mechanisms of litter decomposition, and to fully understand the carbon cycle of the terrestrial ecosystems. Mixing litter of different species can induce non-additive effects (NAEs) on decomposition processes. Microbial decomposer communities will change during ...

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113) Caihong Zhang,Shenggong Li*,Leiming Zhang,Xiaoping Xin and Xingren Liu.Litter mixing significantly affects decomposition in the Hulun Buir meadow steppe of Inner Mongolia, China.Journal of Plant Ecology Advance Access published May 23, 2013.

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Species Diversity Induces Idiosyncratic Effects on Litter ...

Mar 03, 2021  Litter decomposition is a fundamental path for nutrient cycling in a natural ecosystem. However, it remains unclear how species diversity, including richness and evenness, affects the decomposition dynamics in the context of grassland degradation. Using a litter bag technique, we investigated the litter-mixing effects of two coexisting dominant species (Leymus chinensis Lc and

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