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- Pierre, S.; Hewson, I.; Sparks, J. P.; Litton, C. M.; Giardina, C.; Groffman, P. M.; Fahey, T. J.
- Ecology 2017 v.98 no.7 pp. 1896-1907
- bioavailability, etc ; Archaea; DNA; altitude; ammonia; bacteria; climate change; ecosystems; forest soils; forests; gene expression; genes; nitrates; nitrification; nitrogen; nitrogen cycle; oxidants; oxidation; phylotype; population size; primary productivity; temperature; Show all 22 Subjects
- ... Functional gene approaches have been used to better understand the roles of microbes in driving forest soil nitrogen (N) cycling rates and bioavailability. Ammonia oxidation is a rate limiting step in nitrification, and is a key area for understanding environmental constraints on N availability in forests. We studied how increasing temperature affects the role of ammonia oxidizing archaea (AOA) an ...
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