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Reference Category Journals
DOI 10.3389/fpls.2021.795136
Licence creative commons licence
Title (Primary) Editorial: Rhizosphere spatiotemporal organisation
Author Tarkka, M.T.; Bonkowski, M.; Ge, T.; Knief, C.; Razavi, B.S.; Vetterlein, D.
Source Titel Frontiers in Plant Science
Year 2021
Department BOOEK; BOSYS
Volume 12
Page From art. 795136
Language englisch
Topic T5 Future Landscapes
Keywords soil properties, modeling, biosensor, network analysis, community assembly, process rate
Abstract Formation of the rhizosphere, interface between living plant roots and soil, leads to changes in soil properties, nutrient and water distribution and biogeochemical cycling, and to a selection of unique populations of microorganisms and invertebrates. Dynamic feedback processes between the plant, the soil and the biota govern rhizosphere formation. The Frontiers Research Topic on “Rhizosphere Spatiotemporal Organization” presents contributions which aim to advance our understanding of rhizosphere processes. All of the six articles took the challenge to elaborate on the dynamic interactions and feedback processes in both spatial and temporal contexts.
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Tarkka, M.T., Bonkowski, M., Ge, T., Knief, C., Razavi, B.S., Vetterlein, D. (2021):
Editorial: Rhizosphere spatiotemporal organisation
Front. Plant Sci. 12 , art. 795136 10.3389/fpls.2021.795136