By Donald L. Sparks
Advances in Agronomy remains to be famous as a number one reference and a chief resource for the most recent study in agronomy. As continually, the themes coated are diverse and exemplary of the myriad of material handled by means of this long-running serial.
- Maintains the top influence issue between serial guides in agriculture
- Presents well timed studies on vital agronomy concerns
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It is unclear how d18Ow values vary in a plant or in different parts of plant roots. If the equilibrium d18Op values in roots are different from that in coexisting soil, the presence of root exudates and other root derivatives containing Pi may likely change bulk d18Op values of soil Pi. Because the transport pathway in plant roots is primarily toward plant fodder direction, Pi root exudates may be insignificant to total soil Pi. Further research is needed to identify and distinguish the relative contribution of plant and microbial P cycling pathways in soils.
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