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- Liu, Ping, et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Applied soil ecology 2019 v.138 pp. 207-212
- Glycine max; Hapludolls; Nematoda; Zea mays; bacterivores; carbon sequestration; community structure; conventional tillage; corn; metabolism; models; no-tillage; ridge tillage; soil food webs; soil nematodes; soil organic carbon; soybeans; species diversity; sustainable agriculture; China
- ... Conservation tillage is one of the major strategies for maintaining agricultural sustainability and has significant beneficial effects on soil organic carbon (C) retention and soil organism diversity. However, how changes in soil organism populations and/or community structure under different tillage practices contribute to C sequestration in soil is not well documented. In this paper, soil nemato ...
- Liu, Ping, et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Soil & tillage research 2019 v.192 pp. 233-239
- Filenchus; Glycine max; Hapludolls; Helicotylenchus; Rhabditis; bulk density; community structure; conventional tillage; growing season; models; no-tillage; pH; phenology; ridge tillage; seasonal variation; soil depth; soil ecology; soil nematodes; soil properties; soil sampling; soybeans; temperate zones; China
- ... Our understanding of tillage effect on soil community structure during the growing season remains limited. This study aims to test the hypothesis that (1) soil community responds specifically to tillage practices and these responses vary with the growing season; (2) the contribution of tillage to soil community is greater than or equal to that of growing season when considering the impact of tilla ...