Biological interactions in grassland soils and productivity

Standard

Biological interactions in grassland soils and productivity. / Cook, Roger; Bardgett, Richard D.; Eason, William R.; Skøt, Leif; Webb, K. Judith.

Grassland Ecosystems: An Outlook into the 21st Century. ed. / J. A. Gomide; W. R. S. Mattos; S. Carneiro da Silva. Fundação de Estudos Agrarios Luiz de Queiroz, 2001. p. 167-168.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference Proceeding (Non-Journal item)

Harvard

Cook, R, Bardgett, RD, Eason, WR, Skøt, L & Webb, KJ 2001, Biological interactions in grassland soils and productivity. in JA Gomide, WRS Mattos & S Carneiro da Silva (eds), Grassland Ecosystems: An Outlook into the 21st Century. Fundação de Estudos Agrarios Luiz de Queiroz, pp. 167-168, Proceedings 19th International Grassland Congress, Sao Paulo, Brazil, 10 Feb 2001. <http://hdl.handle.net/2160/3368>

APA

Cook, R., Bardgett, R. D., Eason, W. R., Skøt, L., & Webb, K. J. (2001). Biological interactions in grassland soils and productivity. In J. A. Gomide, W. R. S. Mattos, & S. Carneiro da Silva (Eds.), Grassland Ecosystems: An Outlook into the 21st Century (pp. 167-168). Fundação de Estudos Agrarios Luiz de Queiroz. http://hdl.handle.net/2160/3368

Vancouver

Cook R, Bardgett RD, Eason WR, Skøt L, Webb KJ. Biological interactions in grassland soils and productivity. In Gomide JA, Mattos WRS, Carneiro da Silva S, editors, Grassland Ecosystems: An Outlook into the 21st Century. Fundação de Estudos Agrarios Luiz de Queiroz. 2001. p. 167-168

Author

Cook, Roger ; Bardgett, Richard D. ; Eason, William R. ; Skøt, Leif ; Webb, K. Judith. / Biological interactions in grassland soils and productivity. Grassland Ecosystems: An Outlook into the 21st Century. editor / J. A. Gomide ; W. R. S. Mattos ; S. Carneiro da Silva. Fundação de Estudos Agrarios Luiz de Queiroz, 2001. pp. 167-168

Bibtex - Download

@inproceedings{8ecb3f19274b46f38783386cd7b5d8b1,
title = "Biological interactions in grassland soils and productivity",
abstract = "This paper describes research on interactions between grassland plant species and soil microorganisms. Both parasitic and symbiotic microorganisms modify nutrient transfers between plants and soil. Experiments are described in which nematode infection of clover increased nitrogen transfer to companion ryegrass plants. Infection of clover enhanced activity of soil bacterial and fungal communities. Legume genotypes differing only in responses to symbionts (rhizobium and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi) and pathogens are being developed for studies of gene expression during establishing and functional symbioses. Such plants can be used in experiments as defined perturbations that will provide information on the interactions and functions of symbiotic and pathogenic microorganisms. Such studies, related to field observations, may have value for defining biological attributes of sustainable grassland soil systems.KEYW gene expression, nematodes, nutrient cycling, mycorrhizae, rhizobia,white clover.",
author = "Roger Cook and Bardgett, {Richard D.} and Eason, {William R.} and Leif Sk{\o}t and Webb, {K. Judith}",
note = "Cook, R., Bardgett, R. D., Eason, W. R., Sk{\o}t, L., Webb, K. Judith (2001). Biological interactions in grassland soils and productivity. Pages 167-168 in: Gomide, J.A., Mattos, W.R.S., Carneiro da Silva, S. (Eds). Grassland Ecosystems: An Outlook into the 21st Century. Proceedings of the 19th International Grassland Congress, Sao Paulo, Brazil, 10-21 February 2001. Fundacao Estudos Agrarios Luiz Queiroz (Fealq), Piracicaba, ISBN:8571330107. Gomide, J. A.; Mattos, W. R. S.; Carneiro da Silva, S. (eds.); Proceedings 19th International Grassland Congress ; Conference date: 10-02-2001 Through 21-02-2001",
year = "2001",
language = "English",
isbn = "8571330107",
pages = "167--168",
editor = "Gomide, {J. A.} and Mattos, {W. R. S.} and {Carneiro da Silva}, S.",
booktitle = "Grassland Ecosystems: An Outlook into the 21st Century",
publisher = "Funda{\c c}{\~a}o de Estudos Agrarios Luiz de Queiroz",

}

RIS (suitable for import to EndNote) - Download

TY - GEN

T1 - Biological interactions in grassland soils and productivity

AU - Cook, Roger

AU - Bardgett, Richard D.

AU - Eason, William R.

AU - Skøt, Leif

AU - Webb, K. Judith

N1 - Cook, R., Bardgett, R. D., Eason, W. R., Skøt, L., Webb, K. Judith (2001). Biological interactions in grassland soils and productivity. Pages 167-168 in: Gomide, J.A., Mattos, W.R.S., Carneiro da Silva, S. (Eds). Grassland Ecosystems: An Outlook into the 21st Century. Proceedings of the 19th International Grassland Congress, Sao Paulo, Brazil, 10-21 February 2001. Fundacao Estudos Agrarios Luiz Queiroz (Fealq), Piracicaba, ISBN:8571330107. Gomide, J. A.; Mattos, W. R. S.; Carneiro da Silva, S. (eds.)

PY - 2001

Y1 - 2001

N2 - This paper describes research on interactions between grassland plant species and soil microorganisms. Both parasitic and symbiotic microorganisms modify nutrient transfers between plants and soil. Experiments are described in which nematode infection of clover increased nitrogen transfer to companion ryegrass plants. Infection of clover enhanced activity of soil bacterial and fungal communities. Legume genotypes differing only in responses to symbionts (rhizobium and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi) and pathogens are being developed for studies of gene expression during establishing and functional symbioses. Such plants can be used in experiments as defined perturbations that will provide information on the interactions and functions of symbiotic and pathogenic microorganisms. Such studies, related to field observations, may have value for defining biological attributes of sustainable grassland soil systems.KEYW gene expression, nematodes, nutrient cycling, mycorrhizae, rhizobia,white clover.

AB - This paper describes research on interactions between grassland plant species and soil microorganisms. Both parasitic and symbiotic microorganisms modify nutrient transfers between plants and soil. Experiments are described in which nematode infection of clover increased nitrogen transfer to companion ryegrass plants. Infection of clover enhanced activity of soil bacterial and fungal communities. Legume genotypes differing only in responses to symbionts (rhizobium and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi) and pathogens are being developed for studies of gene expression during establishing and functional symbioses. Such plants can be used in experiments as defined perturbations that will provide information on the interactions and functions of symbiotic and pathogenic microorganisms. Such studies, related to field observations, may have value for defining biological attributes of sustainable grassland soil systems.KEYW gene expression, nematodes, nutrient cycling, mycorrhizae, rhizobia,white clover.

M3 - Conference Proceeding (Non-Journal item)

SN - 8571330107

SP - 167

EP - 168

BT - Grassland Ecosystems: An Outlook into the 21st Century

A2 - Gomide, J. A.

A2 - Mattos, W. R. S.

A2 - Carneiro da Silva, S.

PB - Fundação de Estudos Agrarios Luiz de Queiroz

T2 - Proceedings 19th International Grassland Congress

Y2 - 10 February 2001 through 21 February 2001

ER -

View graph of relations
Citation formats