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  1. Amino acid production exceeds plant nitrogen demand in Siberian tundra

    Wild, B., Alves, R. J. E., Barta, J., Capek, P., Gentsch, N., Guggenberger, G., Hugelius, G., Knoltsch, A., Kuhry, P., Lashchinskiy, N., Mikutta, R., Palmtag, J., Prommer, J., Schnecker, J., Shibistova, O., Takriti, M., Urich, T. & Richter, A., 03/2018, In: Environmental Research Letters. 13, 3, 11 p., 034002.

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  2. Greenhouse gas fluxes from boreal forest soils during the snow-free period in Quebec, Canada.

    Ullah, S., Frasier, R., Pelletier, L. & Moore, T. R., 03/2009, In: Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 39, 3, p. 666-680 15 p.

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  3. Tree physiological responses to above-ground herbivory directly modify below-ground processes of soil carbon and nitrogen cycling.

    Ayres, E., Heath, J., Possell, M., Black, H. I. J., Kerstiens, G. & Bardgett, R. D., 06/2004, In: Ecology Letters. 7, 6, p. 469-479 11 p.

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  4. RELATIONSHIPS AT THE ABOVEGROUND–BELOWGROUND INTERFACE: PLANTS, SOIL BIOTA, AND SOIL PROCESSES.

    Porazinska, D. L., Bardgett, R. D., Blaauw, M. B., Hunt, H. W., Parsons, A. N., Seastedt, T. R. & Wall, D. H., 08/2003, In: Ecological Monographs. 73, 3, p. 377-395 19 p.

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  5. Soil microbes compete effectively with plants for organic nitrogen inputs to temperate grasslands.

    Bardgett, R. D., Streeter, T. C. & Bol, R., 05/2003, In: Ecology. 84, 5, p. 1277-1287 11 p.

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