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Nitrogen loading enhances phosphorus limitation in terrestrial ecosystems with implications for soil carbon cycling

However, it's unclear how Pu2010acquisition tactics influence soil C cycling because plants and soil microorganisms. We explore the literature on the effects of N loading on P limitation and outline a conceptual overview of how plant and microbial Pu2010 acquisition policies can influence soil organic carbon stabilization and decomposition in terrestrial ecosystems. P mining and P-u2010solubilizing bacteria growing relative abundances of Pu2010mineralizing and Pu2010solubilizing bacteria may cause P mining and SOC decay, which may reduce microbial C use effectiveness and eventually lower SOC sequestration. Due to the soil C storage's degradation, one of future research goals should be comparing trade-offs between various plant Pu2010acquisition strategies under N loading, according to their cascading effects. P adaption to elevated N loading is critical because Pu2010acquisition tactics are highly effective when N loading is below the N threshold.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1365-2435.14178


Root associated fungal lineages of a tropical montane forest show contrasting sensitivities to the long‐term addition of nitrogen and phosphorus

Root-associated fungal communities can have a lot of influence on plant communities and are particularly vulnerable to soil fertility shifts. Following 7 years of systematic N and P additions, and RAF cultures, a deep sequencing approach was used to determine the stand level fine root fraction. The lack of a generalized response to long-term fertilization among RAF lineages means that most of these lineages will not be directly and immediately affected by the increasing prevalence of atmospheric N and P deposition in this region by 2050.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1758-2229.13121


Review of waste phosphorus from aquaculture: Source, removal and recovery

Rapid rises in aquaculture are regarded as a significant source of phosphorus discharged into the atmosphere, with phosphorus' contribution to water body eutrophication as a global environmental issue. The new research explores the source of aquaculture waste phosphorus and steps to minimize phosphorus leaks into the atmosphere. Since diets are a common source of phosphorus in fed aquaculture systems, raising the usage of dietary phosphorus can reduce the amount of waste phosphorus at the source. As a better alternative, a new technique utilizing bacteria to immobilize waste nitrogen and phosphorus into bioflocs has been suggested.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/raq.12727


Chlorophyll–total phosphorus relationships emerge from multiscale interactions from algae to catchments

The relationship between them and lake water quality are key indicators of lake water quality, and they are a common method for determining lake trophic status. We found that combinations of lake shape and hydrologic P load result in large changes in algal limitation status that underly the chlorophyll-u2013TP relationship.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/lol2.10281


Phosphorus additions imbalance terrestrial ecosystem C:N:P stoichiometry

P-to-ecosystems are increasing, but our knowledge of the impacts of P addition on terrestrial ecosystem C:N:P ratios is elusive. P addition significantly reduced plant, soil, and microbial biomass N:P and C:P ratios, but had negligible effects on C:N ratios by doing a metau2010 review using 1413 paired observations from 121 journals, but had negligible effects on C:N ratios. P:N:P stoichiometry did not vary with ecosystem types or climates, although terrestrial ecosystem C:N:P stoichiometry did not differ with ecosystem types or climates. In addition, the findings of soil pH and fungi:bacteria ratios were correlated with the responses of soil pH and bacteria ratios. Plant N:P and C:P ratios were both negatively related to net primary production and soil respiration, but they were both negatively related to ammonium and nitrate levels; soil carbon, soil respiration, ammonium, and nitrate contents all increased with decreasing soil N:P and C:P ratios.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/gcb.16417


Black Phosphorous Mediates Surface Charge Redistribution of CoSe2 for Electrochemical H2O2 Production in Acidic Electrolytes

Two-u2010electron oxygen reduction's electrochemical development of hydrogen peroxide by twou2010electron oxygen reduction provides a green way to reduce current reliance on the energy-intensive anthraquinone process, promising its on-u2010site applications. Here we report the specific and effective two-u2010electron reduction of oxygen toward H2O2 in acid by a composite catalyst made of black phosphorus nailed chemically on the metallic cobalt diselenide surface. This catalyst has a 91% Faradic effectiveness for the H2O2 product with an overpotential of 300 millivolts.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/adma.202205414


Effects of mulching with Solanum spp. straw on phosphorus, iron, and cadmium uptake by rice plants

Returning straw to fields alters crop yield, and rice can be a result of high Cd accumulation in crops, which has significantly affected the safe production of rice. Solanum spp's ability is to reduce the Cd accumulation in rice and clarify the relationships between phosphorus, iron, and Cd contents in rice. Solanum spp. is a species of coralloids. Printed in the United States. Only the S. alatum straw elevated the chlorophyll a, chlorophyll b, total chlorophyll, and carotenoid contents in rice. In addition, the Cd content was positively correlated with the iron content and the soil-available P concentration, and it was positively correlated with the soil exchangeable Cd concentration. Solanum spp. Hence, Solanum spp. Wind straws can reduce the Cd intake and raise the iron uptake by rice. In addition, the Cd content in rice is closely linked to the iron content in rice, as well as soil exchangeable Cd concentrations and soil exchangeable Cd.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/ep.13988

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