University of Padova
79 papers found
Soil Water Nitrate and Ammonium Dynamics under a Sewage Effluent–Irrigated Eucalypt Plantation
Is cellulose extraction necessary for developing stable carbon and oxygen isotopes chronologies from Callitris glaucophylla?
Microbial community composition and functioning in the rhizosphere of three Banksia species in native woodland in Western Australia
Phosphorus mobilization in agroforestry: Organic anions, phosphatase activity and phosphorus fractions in the rhizosphere
Phosphatase activity, microbial phosphorus, and fine root growth in forest soils in the Sierra de Gata, western central Spain
Stable Isotopes at Natural Abundance in Terrestrial Plant Ecology and Ecophysiology: An Update
Plant species affect acid phosphatase, ergosterol and microbial P in a Jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata Donn ex Sm.) forest in south-western Australia
Mineralisation of nitrogen in a chronosequence of rehabilitated bauxite mines
Litter cover as an index of nitrogen availability in rehabilitated mine sites
Non-destructive measurement of acid phosphatase activity in the rhizosphere using nitrocellulose membranes and image analysis
Evaluation of anion exchange membranes to estimate bioavailable phosphorus in native grasslands of semi‐arid Northwestern Australia
Nutrient cycling and growth in forest ecosystems of south western Australia: Relevance to agricultural landscapes
Phosphorus mineralization and microbial biomass in a Florida Spodosol: Effects of water potential, temperature and fertilizer application
Phosphorus mineralization kinetics and response of microbial phosphorus to drying and rewetting in a Florida Spodosol
Direct determination of phosphate in soil extracts by potentiometric flow injection using a cobalt wire electrode
Organic acids in the rhizosphere of Banksia integrifolia L.f.
Estimates of Carbon Storage in the Aboveground Biomass of Victorias Forests
Chemical Characteristics of the Proteoid Root Mat of Banksia integrifolia L
Spatial scale invariance of southern Australian forest fires mirrors the scaling behaviour of fire-driving weather events
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