Nitrogen and Phosphorus Nutrition of Trees and Forests by Heinz RennenbergNitrogen and Phosphorus Nutrition of Trees and Forests by Heinz Rennenberg

Nitrogen and Phosphorus Nutrition of Trees and Forests

EditorHeinz Rennenberg, Mark A. Adams

Hardcover | March 21, 2016

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Nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P) nutrition of trees has been studied for many decades, but has largely been focused on inorganic nutrient uptake and leaf level nutrient contents. In recent years it became obvious that N and P cycling at the ecosystem level is of vital importance for tree nutrition and that organic N uptake by trees is an essential part of ecosystem N cycling; in particular on N and/or P poor soils, and in cooler climates. The significance of organic P uptake by trees is still a matter of debate, especially under field conditions. The overlay of climate change on ecosystem N and P cycling has become an important issue of forest research. This overlay raises questions around competition for N and P among structural elements (overstorey vs. undestorey), as well as among dominant species. Many nutritionally related aspects of changing climates, such as effects on rhizosphere and phyllosphere, remain seriously under-studied. The central aim of this Special Issue is to provide new insights into some of these topics at the tree, and the ecosystem level.

Title:Nitrogen and Phosphorus Nutrition of Trees and ForestsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:254 pages, 9.61 × 6.69 × 0.81 inPublished:March 21, 2016Publisher:MDPI AGLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3038421855

ISBN - 13:9783038421856

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Nitrogen Nutrition of Trees in Temperate Forests-The Significance of Nitrogen Availability in the Pedosphere and AtmosphereNative and Alien Plant Species Richness Response to Soil Nitrogen and Phosphorus in Temperate Floodplain and Swamp ForestsSoil Nitrogen Transformations and Availability in Upland Pine and Bottomland Alder ForestsJuvenile Southern Pine Response to Fertilization Is Influenced by Soil Drainage and TextureImportance of Arboreal Cyanolichen Abundance to Nitrogen Cycling in Sub-Boreal Spruce and Fir Forests of Central British Columbia, CanadaGrowth and Nutrient Status of Foliage as Affected by Tree Species and Fertilization in a Fire-Disturbed Urban ForestImpact of Nitrogen Fertilization on Forest Carbon Sequestration and Water Loss in a Chronosequence of Three Douglas-Fir Stands in the Pacific NorthwestNitrogen Transfer to Forage Crops from a Caragana ShelterbeltBiomass, Carbon and Nutrient Storage in a 30-Year-Old Chinese Cork Oak (Quercus Variabilis) Forest on the South Slope of the Qinling Mountains, ChinaResidual Long-Term Effects of Forest Fertilization on Tree Growth and Nitrogen Turnover in Boreal ForestMid-Rotation Silviculture Timing Influences Nitrogen Mineralization of Loblolly Pine Plantations in the Mid-South USAInfluence of Tree Spacing on Soil Nitrogen Mineralization and Availability in Hybrid Poplar PlantationsSeasonal Pattern of Decomposition and N, P, and C Dynamics in Leaf litter in a Mongolian Oak Forest and a Korean Pine PlantationIncreased Biomass of Nursery-Grown Douglas-Fir Seedlings upon Inoculation with Diazotrophic Endophytic Consortia