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Crop rotations differ in soil carbon stabilization efficiency, but the response to quality of structural plant inputs is ambiguous.

Long-term diverse rotation alters nitrogen cycling bacterial groups and nitrous oxide emissions after nitrogen fertilization

It takes three to tango: the importance of microbes, host plant, and soil management to elucidate manipulation strategies for the plant microbiome

Riparian land-use systems impact soil microbial communities and nitrous oxide emissions in an agro-ecosystem

Short-term response of soil N-cycling genes and transcripts to fertilization with nitrification and urease inhibitors, and relationship with field-scale N2O emissions

Differences in field-scale N2O flux linked to crop residue removal under two tillage systems in cold climates

Separating the effect of crop from herbicide on soil microbial communities in glyphosate-resistant corn

Residue management leading to higher field-scale N2O flux is associated with different soil bacterial nitrifier and denitrifier gene community structures

Characterization of the heavy, hydrolysable and non-hydrolysable fractions of soil organic carbon in conventional and no-tillage soils

Greenhouse gas emissions from gradually-filled liquid dairy manure storages with different levels of inoculant

Effects of 30 years of crop rotation and tillage on bacterial and archaeal ammonia oxidizers