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DOI:10.1007/s11104-018-3872-6
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Author(s):Cliquet, Jean-Bernard; Lemauviel-Lavenant, Servane
Author Affiliation:UNICAEN, SFR Normandie Végétal, INRA, EVA, Normandie Univ, Caen, France
Title:Grassland species are more efficient in acquisition of S from the atmosphere when pedospheric S availability decreases
Source:Plant and Soil. Vol. 435, No. 1, February 2019, p. 70-80.
# of Pages:11
Publishing Information:Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers
Related Web URL:https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11104-018-3872-6#Abs1
    Last checked: 05/03/2019
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Keywords:TIC Keywords: Foliar uptake; Grasslands; Species evaluation; Sulfates; Sulfur dioxide; Uptake
Abstract/Contents:"Aims Plants can absorb Sulfur (S) either through roots as sulfate or via leaves in a gas form such as SO2 or H2S. This study aims to examine whether the most efficient competitors for root uptake of sulfate among grassland species are also those with the greatest ability for foliar uptake and to test whether all species can increase their ability to use atmospheric S when available sulfate decreases. Methods Six grassland species were grown together in a non-S-enriched-atmosphere for 60 days with two levels of sulfate concentrations. Sulfate was 34S-enriched to distinguish root uptake of sulfate and foliar uptake of gaseous S. Results Grasses were more competitive for sulfate uptake and more efficient at producing biomass for the same amount of S in comparison to the non-fixing forb and the legumes. All species studied were able to increase their ability to use atmospheric sources of S when sulfate availability decreased. The percentage of S derived from the atmosphere was strongly related to sulfate concentration in leaves."
Language:English
References:43
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Cliquet, J.-B., and S. Lemauviel-Lavenant. 2019. Grassland species are more efficient in acquisition of S from the atmosphere when pedospheric S availability decreases. Plant Soil. 435(1):p. 70-80.
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DOI: 10.1007/s11104-018-3872-6
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