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Responses of Soil Chemical Properties and Microbiota to Elevated Temperature under Flooded Conditions
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Responses of Soil Chemical Properties and Microbiota to Elevated Temperature under Flooded Conditions
Eo, Jinu; Hong, Seung-Chang; Kim, Myung-Hyun; Choi, Soon-Kun; Kim, Min-Kyeong; Jung, Goo-Bok; So, Kyu-Ho;
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BACKGROUND: Our study aims to investigate the impact of temperature on the abundance and structure of soil microbial community in a temperature gradient tunnel.METHODS AND RESULTS: To investigate the interaction between temperature and input of C and N, rice straw and urea were applied to the study plots, respectively. We also studied the impact of plants by comparing plots cultivated with rice and unplanted plots. Soil microbial response was measured using the phospholipid fatty acid (PLFA) analysis. Soil chemical properties, including pH and ammonia and phosphate concentrations were influenced by warming and material addition. Microbial PLFA was partially influenced by material inputs, and actinomycetes PLFA was decreased by warming. In cultivated rice plots, an increase in the carbon to nitrogen ratio illustrated the effect of plant on microbiota caused by carbon addition through the root residues. Results from the principal component analysis of PLFA data showed that warmed and control plots applied with rice straw could be separated by principal component analysis.CONCLUSION: Our results suggest that plant influence both the microbial community structure and abundance, and temperature change has a minimal impact on soil microorganisms in flooded soil.
Plant;PLFA;Rice husk;Urea;
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