Agronomy, Ecology, Ecosystem, Terrestrial ecosystem and Biomass are his primary areas of study. His Agronomy study combines topics in areas such as Plant community and Soil carbon. His Ecology research includes elements of Symbiosis and Nitrogen cycle.
The concepts of his Biomass study are interwoven with issues in Grassland and Botany. As a part of the same scientific family, Xingliang Xu mostly works in the field of Cycling, focusing on Plant litter and, on occasion, Soil water. His studies in Soil water integrate themes in fields like Environmental chemistry and Dissolved organic carbon.
Xingliang Xu mostly deals with Agronomy, Ecosystem, Botany, Ecology and Grassland. His Agronomy research incorporates themes from Soil organic matter, Soil carbon and Terrestrial ecosystem. His Soil organic matter study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Environmental chemistry, Organic matter, Rhizosphere and Mineralization.
While the research belongs to areas of Ecosystem, he spends his time largely on the problem of Nutrient, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Nitrogen cycle. His study looks at the relationship between Botany and fields such as Competition, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His study in the field of Plant community, Nutrient cycle and Shrub also crosses realms of Delta.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Agronomy, Ecosystem, Soil organic matter, Soil carbon and Soil water. The study incorporates disciplines such as Plant community and Nitrogen fixation in addition to Agronomy. The concepts of his Ecosystem study are interwoven with issues in Nitrate, Species richness and Grassland.
His Soil organic matter research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Microorganism, Nitrogen cycle and Mineralization. Soil water is frequently linked to Environmental chemistry in his study. Xingliang Xu has researched Environmental chemistry in several fields, including Organic matter, Microbial population biology and Plant litter.
Xingliang Xu spends much of his time researching Microorganism, Soil organic matter, Soil carbon, Environmental chemistry and Soil water. His work deals with themes such as Organic matter and Plant litter, which intersect with Microorganism. The study of Soil organic matter is intertwined with the study of Mineralization in a number of ways.
His Environmental chemistry study deals with Nutrient intersecting with Rhizosphere and Primary production. His Rhizosphere research includes elements of Terrestrial ecosystem and Competition. His work in Plant community tackles topics such as Species evenness which are related to areas like Agronomy.
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Black carbon decomposition and incorporation into soil microbial biomass estimated by 14C labeling
Yakov Kuzyakov;Irina Subbotina;Haiqing Chen;Irina Bogomolova.
Soil Biology & Biochemistry (2009)
Competition between roots and microorganisms for nitrogen: mechanisms and ecological relevance
Yakov Kuzyakov;Yakov Kuzyakov;Xingliang Xu.
New Phytologist (2013)
Evolutionary history resolves global organization of root functional traits
Zeqing Ma;Dali Guo;Xingliang Xu;Mingzhen Lu.
Effect of grazing on carbon stocks and assimilate partitioning in a Tibetan montane pasture revealed by 13CO2 pulse labeling
Silke Hafner;Sebastian Unteregelsbacher;Elke Seeber;Becker Lena.
Global Change Biology (2012)
Heterotrophic microbial communities use ancient carbon following glacial retreat
Richard D Bardgett;Andreas Richter;Roland Bol;Mark H Garnett.
Biology Letters (2007)
Labile carbon retention compensates for CO2 released by priming in forest soils
Na Qiao;Na Qiao;Douglas Schaefer;Evgenia Blagodatskaya;Evgenia Blagodatskaya;Xiaoming Zou;Xiaoming Zou.
Global Change Biology (2014)
Do invasive alien plants benefit more from global environmental change than native plants
Yanjie Liu;Yanjie Liu;Ayub M. O. Oduor;Ayub M. O. Oduor;Zhen Zhang;Anthony Manea.
Global Change Biology (2017)
Methane emissions by alpine plant communities in the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau
Guangmin Cao;Xingliang Xu;Ruijun Long;Qilan Wang.
Biology Letters (2008)
Effects of permafrost degradation on ecosystems
Zhao-ping Yang;Yang Hua Ou;Xing-liang Xu;Lin Zhao.
Acta Ecologica Sinica (2010)
Significance of organic nitrogen acquisition for dominant plant species in an alpine meadow on the Tibet plateau, China
Xingliang Xu;Xingliang Xu;Hua Ouyang;Yakov Kuzyakov;Yakov Kuzyakov;Andreas Richter.
Plant and Soil (2006)
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