Research Progress

Mowing Mediate the Negative Effects of Nitrogen Deposition on Plant Diversity

Human activities have substantially altered global nitrogen (N) cycling, resulting in large amounts of reactive N being deposited into terrestrial ecosystems.

New study uncovers the regulatory effects of tree mycorrhizal associations on temperate forest co...

Forest is the main body of the land ecosystem and plays an important role in global carbon cycle.

Researchers Identify Microbial Taxonomic and Functional Structure Patterns in Chinese Alpine Gras...

Currently, investigating the structure-function relationships in ecological communities remain a major goal for ecologists.

Scientists Find Effects of 3, 4-Dimethylpyrazole Phosphate (DMPP) on the Abundance of Ammonia Oxi...

The excessive application of nitrogen (N) fertilizer causes N loss from agricultural soil, through leaching and gaseous losses, such as nitrous oxide (N2O), which have a negative effect on the envi...

Researchers evaluate the efficiency of nitrogen and phosphorus removal by macrophytes from eutrop...

Eutrophication is a widespread and increasing problem in water resources in many countries. The riparian zone receives and retains large amounts of nutrient inputs from farmland.