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Sherman C., Marais E., Maggs-Kolling G., Adams J., Steinberger Y..  2019.  Abiotic and plant gender effects on the structure and function of soil microbial communities associated with Acanthosicyos horridus (Nara) in the Namibian sand-dune desert ecosystem. Journal of Arid Environments. 163:50-58.
Nwaishi F, Petrone RM, Macrae ML, Price JS, Strack M, Slawson R, Andersen R.  2016.  Above and below-ground nutrient cycling: a criteria for assessing the biogeochemical functioning of a constructed fen. Applied Soil Ecology. 98:177-194.
Ramezanian A, A. Dahlin S, Campbell CD, Hillier S, Mannerstedt-Fogelfors B, born IÖ.  2013.  Addition of a volcanic rockdust to soils has no observable effects on plant yield and nutrient status or on soil microbial activity. Plant and Soil. 367:419-436.
Zhang L, Peng Y, Zhou J, George TS, Feng G.  2020.  Addition of fructose to the maize hyphosphere increases phosphatase activity by changing bacterial community structure. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 142:107724.
Humberto A, Wence H, Clare C, Helaina B, Sebastian M, Jorge P, Yasna T, Pablo C.  2020.  Alteration of enzyme activities and functional diversity of a soil contaminated with copper and arsenic. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety. 192:110264.
de Varennes A., Cunha-Queda C., Qu G.W.  2010.  Amendment of an Acid Mine Soil with Compost and Polyacrylate Polymers Enhances Enzymatic Activities but may Change the Distribution of Plant Species. Water Air and Soil Pollution. 208:91-100.
Banning N.C, Lalor B.M, Cookson W.R, Grigg A.H, Murphy D.V.  2012.  Analysis of soil microbial community level physiological profiles in native and post-mining rehabilitation forest: Which substrates discriminate? Applied Soil Ecology. 56:27-34.
García-Palacios P, Milla R, lvaro-Sánchez MÁ, Martín-Robles N, Maestro M.  2013.  Application of a high-throughput laboratory method to assess litter decomposition rates in multiple-species experiments. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 57:929-932.
Wakelin S, Lombi E, Donner E, MacDonald L, Black A, O'Callaghan M.  2013.  Application of MicroResp™ for soil ecotoxicology. Environmental Pollution. 179:177-184.
Ding Y.J, Ge C.R, Yao H.Y.  2015.  Application of substrate utilization patterns and terminal restriction fragment length polymorphism analysis to characterize the oral bacterial community of healthy subjects and patients with periodontitis. Experimental and Therapeutic Medicine. 9:2013-2017.
Berg N., Steinberger Y..  2010.  Are Biological Effects of Desert Shrubs More Important than Physical Effects on Soil Microorganisms? Microbial Ecology. 59:121-129.
Castillo-Monroy A.P, Bowker M.A, Garcia-Palacios P., Maestre F.T.  2015.  Aspects of soil lichen biodiversity and aggregation interact to influence subsurface microbial function. Plant and Soil. 386:303-316.
Ramezanian A., Dahlin A.S, Campbell C.D, Hillier S., Oeborn I..  2015.  Assessing biogas digestate, pot ale, wood ash and rockdust as soil amendments: effects on soil chemistry and microbial community composition. Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica Section B-Soil and Plant Science. 65:383-399.
Chapman S.J, Campbell C.D, Artz R.RE.  2007.  Assessing CLPPs using MicroReSp (TM) - A comparison with biolog and multi-SIR. Journal of Soils and Sediments. 7:406-410.
Caruso T, Hammer EC, Hempel S, Kohler J, E. Morris K, Veresoglou SD, Opitz N, Wehner J, Rillig MC.  2018.  Assessing soil ecosystem processes – biodiversity relationships in a nature reserve in Central Europe. Plant and Soil. 424:491-501.
Vincent Q., Auclerc A., Beguiristain T., Leyval C..  2018.  Assessment of derelict soil quality: Abiotic, biotic and functional approaches. Science of The Total Environment. 613:990-1002.
Pignataro A, M. Moscatelli C, Mocali S, Grego S, Benedetti A.  2012.  Assessment of soil microbial functional diversity in a coppiced forest system. Applied Soil Ecology. 62:115-123.
Moscatelli M.C, Secondi L., Marabottini R., Papp R., Stazi S.R, Mania E., Marinari S..  2018.  Assessment of soil microbial functional diversity: land use and soil properties affect CLPP-MicroResp and enzymes responses. Pedobiologia. 66:36-42.
Mwafulirwa L., Baggs E.M, Russell J., George T., Morley N., Sim A., Canto C.D, Paterson E..  2016.  Barley genotype influences stabilization of rhizodeposition-derived C and soil organic matter mineralization. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 95:60-69.
Fonseca M.B, Dias T., Carolino M.M, Franca M.GC, Cruz C..  2017.  Belowground microbes mitigate plant-plant competition. Plant Science. 262:175-181.
Weng Z., Van Zwieten L., Singh B.P, Tavakkoli E., Joseph S., Macdonald L.M, Rose T.J, Rose M.T, Kimber S.WL, Morris S. et al..  2017.  Biochar built soil carbon over a decade by stabilizing rhizodeposits. Nature Climate Change. 7:371-+.
Delgado-Baquerizo M., Morillas L., Maestre F.T, Gallardo A..  2013.  Biocrusts control the nitrogen dynamics and microbial functional diversity of semi-arid soils in response to nutrient additions. Plant and Soil. 372:643-654.
Steinmetz Z, Kurtz MP, Zubrod JP, Meyer AH, Elsner M, Schaumann GE.  2019.  Biodegradation and photooxidation of phenolic compounds in soil—A compound-specific stable isotope approach. Chemosphere. 230:210-218.
Hupfauf S, Bachmann S, Juárez MFernández, Insam H, Eichler-Löbermann B.  2016.  Biogas digestates affect crop P uptake and soil microbial community composition. Science of The Total Environment. 542, Part B:1144-1154.
Dawson J.JC, Adhikari Y.R, Soulsby C., Stutter M.I.  2012.  The biogeochemical reactivity of suspended particulate matter at nested sites in the Dee basin, NE Scotland. Science of The Total Environment. 434:159-170.