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Vinca ( Catharanthus roseus (L.) G. Don.) is an important medicinal plant species from which antineoplastic alkaloids such as vinblastine are extracted. However, neither abiotic stress nor inoculation of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) has been evaluated on the accumulation of vinca alkaloids...
We critically review evidence that more P-efficient plants can be developed by modifying root growth and architecture, through manipulation of root exudates or by managing plant-microbial associations such as arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and microbial inoculants. Opportunities to develop...
Little or no P fertilizer is used in most grazing systems. Supplying P directly to animals as a feed supplement can economically improve animal performance and contribute to an improvement in the P balances of grazing systems. Guidelines for supplement use have been devised. Further research is...
Phosphorus (P)-deficiency is a significant challenge for agricultural productivity on many highly P-sorbing weathered and tropical soils throughout the world. On these soils it can be necessary to apply up to five-fold more P as fertiliser than is exported in products. Given the finite nature of...
Our results show that C 4 species were more abundant in the past, but C 3 species became dominant during the late Holocene. We identified increases in the relative C 3 /C 4 cover in grasslands, shrublands and woodlands, suggesting a physiological basis for changes in vegetation. The replacement...
To test the hypothesis that rhizosphere acidification would enhance the hydrolyzation of organic phosphates by increasing phosphatase activity. A Petri dish experiment with sterile agar and a pot experiment with a low P soil were used. In the Petri dish experiment, roots of each plant were...
Strategies to mitigate diffuse losses of P must consider chronic (edaphic) and acute, temporary (fertilizer, manure, vegetation) sources. Even then, hydrology can readily convert modest sources into significant loads, including via subsurface pathways. Systemic drivers, particularly P surpluses...
The P-saving potential by the integrated P management strategies of P flow reaches 1.46 Mt P in 2050 compared to 2005.
Rare earth elements (REEs) are widely used in industry and the entry of REEs into the pedosphere is assumed. Data about REEs in soils are scarce since only a few studies discuss their ecologically relevant behavior. Hence, we investigated total contents (aqua regia digestion) and potentially...
SDF species are fast-growing species while Cerradão trees tend to be slow-growing species. Although savanna soil reduces growth of forest species, our findings suggest that soil chemical attributes, alone, does not exclude the occurrence of SDF seedlings in Cerradão and vice-versa.
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