陆地生态系统植物的氮源及氮素吸收

Translated title of the contribution: Nitrogen source and its uptake by plants in terrestrial ecosystems

Xu Qiang Luo*, Shi Jie Wang, Xiu Ming Liu

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Abstract

Nitrogen is a necessary nutritional element, and also, a main limiting factor in plant growth. The nitrogen source and its uptake by plants in terrestrial ecosystems are controlled by their types and habitats. The change of environments can change the plant nitrogen supply through changing the nitrogen form, concentration and distribution, and may lead to the change of soil quality, water regime, and illumination condition. These changes often bring coupling phenomena, and affect plant physiological and ecological characteristics, which subsequently affect the nitrogen uptake and utilization by plants. Moreover, these changes also lead to the variations of plant populations and biological diversity, and hence, directly affect the function and evolution of ecosystem. This paper mainly summarized the nitrogen sources in higher plants growing in terrestrial ecosystems, and analyzed the affecting factors uring their nitrogen uptake and utilization. The prospect in this research field was discussed.

Original languageChinese
Pages (from-to)1094-1100
Number of pages7
JournalChinese Journal of Ecology
Volume26
Issue number7
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2007
Externally publishedYes

Keywords

  • Affecting factor
  • Higher plant
  • Nitrogen source
  • Terrestrial ecosystem
  • Uptake and utilization

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    Luo, X. Q., Wang, S. J., & Liu, X. M. (2007). 陆地生态系统植物的氮源及氮素吸收. Chinese Journal of Ecology, 26(7), 1094-1100.