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Forest trees species shape the biochemistry of soil organic matter under the control of their associated microbial communities

Abstract : Soil organic matter (SOM) is the largest carbon reservoir on the continents. It contains three to four times more carbon than vegetation. SOM content is particularly high in forest ecosystems, which cover 30% of Europe. The tree species is one of the main factors influencing the storage and biochemistry of soil organic matter, through its litter quality and the species-specific microbial communities.
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Fadwa Khalfallah, Marie-France M.-F. Dignac, Philippe Biron, A. Felbacq, An de Schrijver, et al.. Forest trees species shape the biochemistry of soil organic matter under the control of their associated microbial communities. 4. Conference on the Ecology of Soil Microorganisms, Jun 2022, Prague, Czech Republic. ⟨hal-03712383⟩

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