Intermediate herbivory intensity of an aboveground pest promotes soil labile resources and microbial biomass via modifying rice growth

J. Huang, M. Liu, X. Chen, J. Chen, F. Chen, H. Li, F. Hu

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Abstract

The importance of aboveground herbivores for modifying belowground ecosystems has prompted numerous studies; however, studies can be biased by context dependent conditions which lead to extremely inconsistent results. So far, the impacts of herbivory inte
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)437-447
JournalPlant and Soil
Volume367
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2013

Keywords

  • nilaparvata-lugens stal
  • below-ground communities
  • inner-mongolia grassland
  • animal trophic groups
  • brown planthopper
  • lolium-perenne
  • nitrogen availability
  • plant performance
  • grazing intensity
  • carbon allocation

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