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  •   Chinese researchers have disclosed that more rainfall during wet seasons promotes the release of carbon dioxide from the soil, according to a recent research paper published in the journal Ecology and Evolution.
      The researchers from the South China Botanical Garden under the Chinese Acad...

  •   The traditional view holds that biological nitrogen (N) fixation often peaks in early- or mid-successional ecosystems and declines throughout succession based on the hypothesis that soil N richness and/or phosphorus (P) depletion become disadvantageous to N fixers. This view, however, fails ...

  •   A recent research paper published in Global Change Biology describes the global variability in plant xylem hydraulic conductivity in relation to climatic variables, plant biomes and plant functional types.
      Climate change will likely result in a redistribution of precipitation across the ...

  •   A recent research paper published in Tree Physiology describes the coordination of hydraulic and gas exchange traits across subtropical woody species.
      Terrestrial plants must exchange large volumes of water to obtain the atmospheric CO2 required for growth. A reliable and timely supply o...

  •   Tropical forests have some of the largest trees and fastest plant growth on Earth, even though they are often found on infertile soils. Tropical soils generally have low availability of phosphorus (P), one of the nutrients essential for photosynthesis, which maintains plant growth. As a resu...
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