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Title (Primary) Mikrobielle Nekromasse im Boden und deren Bedeutung für Bodenprozesse
Author Miltner, A.; Kästner, M.
Journal Biospektrum
Year 2020
Department UBT
Volume 26
Issue 3
Page From 333
Page To 335
Language deutsch
Abstract Understanding soil organic matter (SOM) formation is crucial for sustainable land use and mitigation of global change. SOM is perceived nowadays as a continuum of plant and microbial residues at various stages of decay. Microbial residues play a dominant role; plant-derived matter is processed by microbes to biomass and finally to necromass stabilised in SOM. Carbon storage thus depends on microbial energy metabolism and on environmental factors and minerals of the respective soils.
Persistent UFZ Identifier https://www.ufz.de/index.php?en=20939&ufzPublicationIdentifier=23080
Miltner, A., Kästner, M. (2020):
Mikrobielle Nekromasse im Boden und deren Bedeutung für Bodenprozesse
Biospektrum 26 (3), 333 - 335