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SEL | 《土壤生态学快报》2022年第4期目录

论文标题:《土壤生态学快报》2022年第4期目录

期刊:Soil Ecology Letters

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1. ESSAY

Plant-based diet: “Cook up” the sustainable future

Yong-Guan Zhu

Cite this article: Yong-Guan Zhu. Plant-based diet: “Cook up” the sustainable future. Soil Ecology Letters, 2022, 4(4): 289–290 https://doi.org/10.1007/s42832-022-0150-6

2. SEL DIGEST

Abundance cannot represent antibiotic resistance risk

Haifeng Qian, Zhenyan Zhang, Qi Zhang, Tao Lu, Yong-Guan Zhu

Cite this article: Haifeng Qian, Zhenyan Zhang, Qi Zhang, Tao Lu, Yong-Guan Zhu. Abundance cannot represent antibiotic resistance risk. Soil Ecology Letters, 2022, 4(4): 291–292 https://doi.org/10.1007/s42832-022-0133-7

3. REVIEW

Soil inorganic carbon sequestration through alkalinity regeneration using biologically induced weathering of rock powder and biochar

Muhammad Azeem, Sajjad Raza, Gang Li, Pete Smith, Yong-Guan Zhu

Cite this article: Muhammad Azeem, Sajjad Raza, Gang Li, Pete Smith, Yong-Guan Zhu. Soil inorganic carbon sequestration through alkalinity regeneration using biologically induced weathering of rock powder and biochar. Soil Ecology Letters, 2022, 4(4): 293–306 https://doi.org/10.1007/s42832-022-0136-4

4. REVIEW

Responses of soil microbial carbon use efficiency to warming: Review and prospects

Qiufang Zhang, Wenkuan Qin, Jiguang Feng, Biao Zhu

Cite this article: Qiufang Zhang, Wenkuan Qin, Jiguang Feng, Biao Zhu. Responses of soil microbial carbon use efficiency to warming: Review and prospects. Soil Ecology Letters, 2022, 4(4): 307–318 https://doi.org/10.1007/s42832-022-0137-3

5. REVIEW

The roles and performance of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in intercropping systems

Minghui Li, Junli Hu, Xiangui Lin

Cite this article: Minghui Li, Junli Hu, Xiangui Lin. The roles and performance of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in intercropping systems. Soil Ecology Letters, 2022, 4(4): 319–327 https://doi.org/10.1007/s42832-021-0107-1

6. RESEARCH ARTICLE

Microbial residues as the nexus transforming inorganic carbon to organic carbon in coastal saline soils

Pengshuai Shao, Tian Li, Kaikai Dong, Hongjun Yang, Jingkuan Sun

Cite this article: Pengshuai Shao, Tian Li, Kaikai Dong, Hongjun Yang, Jingkuan Sun. Microbial residues as the nexus transforming inorganic carbon to organic carbon in coastal saline soils. Soil Ecology Letters, 2022, 4(4): 328–336 https://doi.org/10.1007/s42832-021-0118-y

7. RESEARCH ARTICLE

Microscale heterogeneity of soil bacterial communities under long-term fertilizations in fluvo-aquic soils

Haojie Feng, Hong Pan, Chengliang Li, Yuping Zhuge

Cite this article: Haojie Feng, Hong Pan, Chengliang Li, Yuping Zhuge. Microscale heterogeneity of soil bacterial communities under long-term fertilizations in fluvo-aquic soils. Soil Ecology Letters, 2022, 4(4): 337–347 https://doi.org/10.1007/s42832-021-0121-3

8. RESEARCH ARTICLE

High variation of fungal communities and associated potential plant pathogens induced by long-term addition of N fertilizers rather than P, K fertilizers: A case study in a Mollisol field

Xiaojing Hu, Haidong Gu, Junjie Liu, Baoku Zhou, Dan Wei, Xueli Chen, Guanghua Wang

Cite this article: Xiaojing Hu, Haidong Gu, Junjie Liu, Baoku Zhou, Dan Wei, Xueli Chen, Guanghua Wang. High variation of fungal communities and associated potential plant pathogens induced by long-term addition of N fertilizers rather than P, K fertilizers: A case study in a Mollisol field. Soil Ecology Letters, 2022, 4(4): 348–361 https://doi.org/10.1007/s42832-021-0120-4

9. RESEARCH ARTICLE

Effects of nitrogen addition on plant–soil–microbe stoichiometry characteristics of different functional group species in Bothriochloa ischemum community

ZiWen Zhao, YanLi Qin, Yang Wu, WenJing Chen, Sha Xue, GuoBin Liu

Cite this article: ZiWen Zhao, YanLi Qin, Yang Wu, WenJing Chen, Sha Xue, GuoBin Liu. Effects of nitrogen addition on plant–soil–microbe stoichiometry characteristics of different functional group species in Bothriochloa ischemum community. Soil Ecology Letters, 2022, 4(4): 362–375 https://doi.org/10.1007/s42832-021-0112-4

10. RESEARCH ARTICLE

Effects of snow absence on available N pools and enzyme activities within soil aggregates in a spruce forest on the eastern Tibetan Plateau

Zhijie Li, Rüdiger Reichel, Zimin Li, Kaijun Yang, Li Zhang, Bo Tan, Rui Yin, Kerui Zhao, Zhenfeng Xu

Cite this article: hijie Li, Rüdiger Reichel, Zimin Li, Kaijun Yang, Li Zhang, Bo Tan, Rui Yin, Kerui Zhao, Zhenfeng Xu. Effects of snow absence on available N pools and enzyme activities within soil aggregates in a spruce forest on the eastern Tibetan Plateau. Soil Ecology Letters, 2022, 4(4): 376–382 https://doi.org/10.1007/s42832-021-0117-z

11. RESEARCH ARTICLE

Long-term warming does not affect soil ecoenzyme activity and original microbial nutrient limitation on the Qinghai–Tibet Plateau

Yuanze Li, Huakun Zhou, Wenjing Chen, Yang Wu, LeiLei Qiao, ZiRan Yan, GuoBin Liu, Sha Xue

Cite this article: Yuanze Li, Huakun Zhou, Wenjing Chen, Yang Wu, LeiLei Qiao, ZiRan Yan, GuoBin Liu, Sha Xue. Long-term warming does not affect soil ecoenzyme activity and original microbial nutrient limitation on the Qinghai–Tibet Plateau. Soil Ecology Letters, 2022, 4(4): 383–398 https://doi.org/10.1007/s42832-021-0116-0

12. RESEARCH ARTICLE

Quantification of TOC and TN in reservoir sediments using Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy

Lin Mei, Yihong Yue, Yong Qin, Xueping Chen, Fushun Wang

Cite this article: Lin Mei, Yihong Yue, Yong Qin, Xueping Chen, Fushun Wang. Quantification of TOC and TN in reservoir sediments using Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy. Soil Ecology Letters, 2022, 4(4): 399–408 https://doi.org/10.1007/s42832-021-0119-x

13. RESEARCH ARTICLE

Tire abrasion particles negatively affect plant growth even at low concentrations and alter soil biogeochemical cycling

Eva F. Leifheit, Hanna L. Kissener, Erik Faltin, Masahiro Ryo, Matthias C. Rillig

Cite this article: Eva F. Leifheit, Hanna L. Kissener, Erik Faltin, Masahiro Ryo, Matthias C. Rillig. Tire abrasion particles negatively affect plant growth even at low concentrations and alter soil biogeochemical cycling. Soil Ecology Letters, 2022, 4(4): 409–415 https://doi.org/10.1007/s42832-021-0114-2

14. RESEARCH ARTICLE

Soil macrofaunal communities develop a habitat-specific trophic structure dependent on the degree of degradation of alpine wetlands

Juan Xue, Xue Wei, Haiyan Guo, Changting Wang, Pengfei Wu

Cite this article: Juan Xue, Xue Wei, Haiyan Guo, Changting Wang, Pengfei Wu. Soil macrofaunal communities develop a habitat-specific trophic structure dependent on the degree of degradation of alpine wetlands. Soil Ecology Letters, 2022, 4(4): 416–428 https://doi.org/10.1007/s42832-021-0124-0

15. RESEARCH ARTICLE

Methods for cleaning turbid nematode suspensions collected from different land-use types and soil types

Jie Zhao, Kelin Wang

Cite this article: Jie Zhao, Kelin Wang. Methods for cleaning turbid nematode suspensions collected from different land-use types and soil types. Soil Ecology Letters, 2022, 4(4): 429–434 https://doi.org/10.1007/s42832-021-0115-1

16. RESEARCH ARTICLE

Biological transfer of silver under silver nanoparticle exposure and nitrogen transfer via a collembolan-predatory mite food-chain and ecotoxicity of silver sulfide

Simin Li, Zhu Li, Xin Ke, Longhua Wu, Peter Christie

Cite this article: Simin Li, Zhu Li, Xin Ke, Longhua Wu, Peter Christie. Biological transfer of silver under silver nanoparticle exposure and nitrogen transfer via a collembolan-predatory mite food-chain and ecotoxicity of silver sulfide. Soil Ecology Letters, 2022, 4(4): 435–443 https://doi.org/10.1007/s42832-021-0125-z

17. RESEARCH ARTICLE

Positive intercropping effects on biomass production are species-specific and involve rhizosphere enzyme activities: Evidence from a field study

Amit Kumar, Evgenia Blagodaskaya, Michaela A. Dippold, Vicky M. Temperton

Cite this article: Amit Kumar, Evgenia Blagodaskaya, Michaela A. Dippold, Vicky M. Temperton. Positive intercropping effects on biomass production are species-specific and involve rhizosphere enzyme activities: Evidence from a field study. Soil Ecology Letters, 2022, 4(4): 444–453 https://doi.org/10.1007/s42832-021-0108-0

18. RESEARCH ARTICLE

Plant diversity is coupled with soil fungal diversity in a natural temperate steppe of northeastern China

Dan Liu, Guohua Liu, Li Chen, Wangya Han, Dongbo Wang

Cite this article: Dan Liu, Guohua Liu, Li Chen, Wangya Han, Dongbo Wang. Plant diversity is coupled with soil fungal diversity in a natural temperate steppe of northeastern China. Soil Ecology Letters, 2022, 4(4): 454–469 https://doi.org/10.1007/s42832-021-0113-3

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