Published September 30, 1983
by Springer .
Written in English
|Contributions||John C. Gordon (Editor), C.T. Wheeler (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||352|
Buy Biological nitrogen fixation in forest ecosystems: foundations and applications (Forestry Sciences) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders Biological nitrogen fixation in forest ecosystems: foundations and applications (Forestry Sciences): Gordon, John C., Wheeler, C.T.: : BooksAuthor: John C. Gordon. Legumes play a key role in the balance of nitrogen in ecosystems due to their ability to ﬁ x nitrogen and improve soil quality in agroforestry, silv opastoral, and forestry (Foelkel ). Biological nitrogen fixation in forest ecosystems: foundations and applications. Nitrogen fixation in Southeast Asian forestry: research and practice.- Biological nitrogen fixation in forestry: research and practice in Australia and New Zealand. # Forestry sciences ;\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema:name\/a> \" Biological. Gadgil R.L. () Biological nitrogen fixation in forestry - research and practice in Australia and New Zealand. In: Gordon J.C., Wheeler C.T. (eds) Biological nitrogen fixation in forest ecosystems: foundations and by:
N. Rascio, N. La Rocca, in Encyclopedia of Ecology, The biological nitrogen fixation, carried out by prokaryotes, leads to the reduction of molecular nitrogen to ammonia subsequently assimilated in amino is an event of capital importance allowing for the recovery of nitrogen irreversibly lost in ecosystems due to bacterial activities. Biological nitrogen fixation (BNF) is a key ecological process that can restore nitrogen (N) lost in wildfire and shape the pace and pattern of post-fire forest recovery. 9. Nitrogen fixation in North American forestry: research and application.- Application of biological nitrogen fixation in European silviculture.- Nitrogen fixation in Southeast Asian forestry: research and practice.- Biological nitrogen fixation in forestry: research and practice in Australia and New Zealand. Series Title: Forestry. A textbook covering the fundamental biology, physiology, ecology and silvicultural applications. The 12 chapters review these different aspects in considerable detail: 8 are listed below and 4 are noticed separately in FA. There is a general index. Gordon, J.C. Silvicultural systems and biological nitrogen fixation. [1 ref.] Akkermans, A.D.L.; Houwers, A. Morphology of nitrogen fixers in Author: J. C. Gordon, C. T. Wheeler.
A textbook for advanced students of forest science, ecology, and environmental studies as well as a reference for professionals in these fields, Forest Ecosystems offers a comprehensive survey of the structure and functioning of forest ecosystems worldwide: temperate, tropical, and boreal. Basic ecological concepts are stressed throughout, at scales ranging from the global to the microscopic 4/5(1). N-cycling in many forest ecosystems can be characterized by a relatively closed nature where the rates of input from precipitation and biological N 2 fixation balances outputs by denitrification, volatilization, and leaching losses. Forest exposed to enhanced N depositions, as is typical in urban areas or regions with intensive animal farming. Biological nitrogen fixation is an important part of many agroforestry, sustainable agriculture, and land rehabilitation practices. Although the terms "nitrogen fixing plants" and "nitrogen fixing trees (NFTs)" are widely used, the plants themselves do not have the ability to make use of the nitrogen gas in the air-- it is only through the. BOOK REVIEW BIOLOGICAL NITROGEN FIXATION IN FOREST ECOSYSTEMS: FOUNDATIONS AND APPLICATIONS Edited by J. C Gordon and C T. Wheeler Martinus Nijhoff/Dr W. Junk, The Hague. pages. ISBN US$ As the introductory chapter states, this book is intended for use by foresters and.