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Guo K, Zhao Y, Liu Y, Chen J, Wu Q, Ruan Y, Li S, Shi J, Zhao L, Sun X et al..  2020.  Pyrolysis temperature of biochar affects ecoenzymatic stoichiometry and microbial nutrient-use efficiency in a bamboo forest soil. Geoderma. 363:114162.
Guo K, Zhao Y, Liu Y, Chen J, Wu Q, Ruan Y, Li S, Shi J, Zhao L, Sun X et al..  2020.  Pyrolysis temperature of biochar affects ecoenzymatic stoichiometry and microbial nutrient-use efficiency in a bamboo forest soil. Geoderma. 363:114162.
Peng X.Y, Gao S.H, Ma S.L, Liao H., Liu Y.R, Chen W.L, Huang Q.Y, Hao X.L.  2024.  Repeated labile carbon inputs trigger soil microbial necromass decomposition through increasing microbial diversity and hierarchical interactions. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 191:11.
Peng X.Y, Gao S.H, Ma S.L, Liao H., Liu Y.R, Chen W.L, Huang Q.Y, Hao X.L.  2024.  Repeated labile carbon inputs trigger soil microbial necromass decomposition through increasing microbial diversity and hierarchical interactions. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 191:11.
de Dato G., Lagomarsino A., Lellei-Kovacs E., Liberati D., R. Jaoude A, Marabottini R., Stazi S.R, Guidolotti G., Kovacs-Lang E., Kroel-Dulay G. et al..  2017.  The Response of Soil CO2 Efflux to Water Limitation Is Not Merely a Climatic Issue: The Role of Substrate Availability. Forests. 8:22.
de Dato G., Lagomarsino A., Lellei-Kovacs E., Liberati D., R. Jaoude A, Marabottini R., Stazi S.R, Guidolotti G., Kovacs-Lang E., Kroel-Dulay G. et al..  2017.  The Response of Soil CO2 Efflux to Water Limitation Is Not Merely a Climatic Issue: The Role of Substrate Availability. Forests. 8:22.
de Dato G., Lagomarsino A., Lellei-Kovacs E., Liberati D., R. Jaoude A, Marabottini R., Stazi S.R, Guidolotti G., Kovacs-Lang E., Kroel-Dulay G. et al..  2017.  The Response of Soil CO2 Efflux to Water Limitation Is Not Merely a Climatic Issue: The Role of Substrate Availability. Forests. 8:22.
Florio A., Brefort C., Gervaix J., Bérard A., Le Roux X..  2019.  The responses of NO2-- and N2O-reducing bacteria to maize inoculation by the PGPR Azospirillum lipoferum CRT1 depend on carbon availability and determine soil gross and net N2O production. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 136:10.
Nguyen L.TT, Osanai Y., Lai K., Anderson I.C, Bange M.P, Tissue D.T, Singh B.K.  2018.  Responses of the soil microbial community to nitrogen fertilizer regimes and historical exposure to extreme weather events: Flooding or prolonged-drought. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 118:227-236.
Wang F, Li Z, Su F, Guo H, Wang P, Guo J, Zhu W, Wang Y, Hu S.  2021.  Sensitive Groups of Bacteria Dictate Microbial Functional Responses to Short-term Warming and N Input in a Semiarid Grassland. Ecosystems.
Lerch T.Z, Coucheney E., Herrmann A.M.  2013.  Sensitivity of soil microbial catabolic profiles to a gradient of carbon inputs: Does the soil organic matter matter? Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 57:911-915.
Lloret E., Pascual J.A, Brodie E.L, Bouskill N.J, Insam H., Juarez M.FD, Goberna M..  2016.  Sewage sludge addition modifies soil microbial communities and plant performance depending on the sludge stabilization process. Applied Soil Ecology. 101:37-46.
Asirifi I., Werner S., Heinze S., Saba C.KS, Lawson I.YD, Marschner B..  2021.  Short-Term Effect of Biochar on Microbial Biomass, Respiration and Enzymatic Activities in Wastewater Irrigated Soils in Urban Agroecosystems of the West African Savannah. Agronomy-Basel. 11:15.
Ji H.N, Yuan G.S, Liu Y., Yu J.Z, Li S.H, Wu Q.F, Qin H., Chen J.H.  2023.  Short-Term Effects of Bamboo Biochar and Oyster Shell Powder on Soil Organic Carbon Fraction, Microbial Respiration, and Enzymatic Stoichiometry in a Lei Bamboo Plantation. ForestsForests. 14:16.
Ji H.N, Yuan G.S, Liu Y., Yu J.Z, Li S.H, Wu Q.F, Qin H., Chen J.H.  2023.  Short-Term Effects of Bamboo Biochar and Oyster Shell Powder on Soil Organic Carbon Fraction, Microbial Respiration, and Enzymatic Stoichiometry in a Lei Bamboo Plantation. ForestsForests. 14:16.
Davies T.KR, Lovelock C.E, Pettit N.E, Grierson P.F.  2017.  Short-term microbial respiration in an arid zone mangrove soil is limited by availability of gallic acid, phosphorus and ammonium. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 115:73-81.
García-Palacios P, Milla R, Delgado-Baquerizo M, Martín-Robles N, lvaro-Sánchez MÁ, Wall DH.  2013.  Side-effects of plant domestication: ecosystem impacts of changes in litter quality. New Phytologist. 198:504-513.
Trivedi P., Delgado-Baquerizo M., Jeffries T.C, Trivedi C., Anderson I.C, Lai K., McNee M., Flower K., Singh B.P, Minkey D. et al..  2017.  Soil aggregation and associated microbial communities modify the impact of agricultural management on carbon content. Environmental Microbiology. 19:3070-3086.
Liu H.W, Khan M.Y, Carvalhais L.C, Delgado-Baquerizo M., Yan L.J, Crawford M., Dennis P.G, Singh B., Schenk P.M.  2019.  Soil amendments with ethylene precursor alleviate negative impacts of salinity on soil microbial properties and productivity. Scientific Reports. 9:13.
Fan K.K, Chu H.Y, Eldridge D.J, Gaitan J.J, Liu Y.R, Sokoya B., Wang J.T, Hu H.W, He J.Z, Sun W. et al..  2023.  Soil biodiversity supports the delivery of multiple ecosystem functions in urban greenspaces. Nature Ecology & Evolution. 7:113-+.
Florio A., Pommier T., Gervaix J., Bérard A., Le Roux X..  2017.  Soil C and N statuses determine the effect of maize inoculation by plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria on nitrifying and denitrifying communities. Scientific Reports. 7:12.
Gil-Martinez M., Lopez-Garcia A., Dominguez M.T, Kjoller R., Navarro-Fernandez C.M, Rosendahl S., Maranon T..  2021.  Soil fungal diversity and functionality are driven by plant species used in phytoremediation. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 153:12.
Mettauer R., Thoumazeau A., Le Gall S., Soiron A., Rakotondrazafy N., Bérard A., Brauman A., Meziere D..  2023.  Soil health in temperate agroforestry: influence of tree species and position in the field. Archives of Agronomy and Soil Science. 69:1781-1800.
Chen Z.M, Wang Q., Ma J.W, Chapman S., Zou P., Ye J., Yu Q.G, Sun W.C, Lin H., Jiang L.N.  2020.  Soil microbial activity and community composition as influenced by application of pig biogas slurry in paddy field in southeast China. Paddy and Water Environment. 18:15-25.
Su Y., Yu M., Xi H., Lv J.L, Ma Z.H, Kou C.L, Shen A..  2020.  Soil microbial community shifts with long-term of different straw return in wheat-corn rotation system. Scientific Reports. 10:10.