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氮在凋落物-土壤界面连续体转移研究进展

郑俊强 韩士杰

郑俊强, 韩士杰. 氮在凋落物-土壤界面连续体转移研究进展[J]. 北京林业大学学报, 2016, 38(4): 116-122. doi: 10.13332/j.1000-1522.20150438
引用本文: 郑俊强, 韩士杰. 氮在凋落物-土壤界面连续体转移研究进展[J]. 北京林业大学学报, 2016, 38(4): 116-122. doi: 10.13332/j.1000-1522.20150438
ZHENG Jun-qiang, HAN Shi-jie. Nitrogen transfer in the litter-soil interface continuum of the temperate forest[J]. Journal of Beijing Forestry University, 2016, 38(4): 116-122. doi: 10.13332/j.1000-1522.20150438
Citation: ZHENG Jun-qiang, HAN Shi-jie. Nitrogen transfer in the litter-soil interface continuum of the temperate forest[J]. Journal of Beijing Forestry University, 2016, 38(4): 116-122. doi: 10.13332/j.1000-1522.20150438

氮在凋落物-土壤界面连续体转移研究进展

doi: 10.13332/j.1000-1522.20150438
基金项目: 

“973”国家重点基础研究发展计划项目(2011CB403202、2014CB954400)、国家自然科学基金项目(41173087、41330530)

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    作者简介:

    郑俊强,博士,副研究员。主要研究方向:森林土壤生态。Email: zhjq79@yahoo.com 地址: 110016辽宁省沈阳市沈河区文化路72号中国科学院沈阳应用生态研究所。
    责任作者: 韩士杰,研究员,博士生导师。主要研究方向:森林生态。Email: hansj@iae.ac.cn 地址:同上。

    郑俊强,博士,副研究员。主要研究方向:森林土壤生态。Email: zhjq79@yahoo.com 地址: 110016辽宁省沈阳市沈河区文化路72号中国科学院沈阳应用生态研究所。
    责任作者: 韩士杰,研究员,博士生导师。主要研究方向:森林生态。Email: hansj@iae.ac.cn 地址:同上。

Nitrogen transfer in the litter-soil interface continuum of the temperate forest

  • 摘要: 凋落物-土壤界面连续体是森林生态系统的最重要部分,也是氮素生物地球化学循环最活跃的场所。土壤氮元素的生物地球化学循环广义上可分为转运和转化2个环节,真菌和细菌分别在这2个环节上扮演重要角色。降雨、氮沉降和温度等变化能够改变森林生态系统的氮生物地球化学循环过程,在全球变化加剧背景下,深入了解凋落物-土壤界面连续体内氮的转运和转化过程和机制尤为重要。本文综述了凋落物-土壤界面连续体的研究现状,通过应用N示踪、分子生物学测序和N-DNA-SIP分子探针技术,研究氮转运和转化的微生物群落及其过程的可行性,并提出今后森林生态系统凋落物-土壤界面连续体的氮循环模式,强调了真菌的转运和细菌的转化过程在氮固持中的贡献,有助于森林生态系统氮固持力和机制系统认知,为开展温带森林生态系统管理和氮排放控制提供了思路。

     

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