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Leaf litter decomposition dynamics in unmanaged Phyllostachys pubescens stands at high elevations in the Daiyun Mountain National Nature Reserve
XU Dao-wei; LIU Jin-fu; Peter MARSHALL; HE Zhong-sheng; ZHENG Shi-qun
Corresponding AuthorLIU Jin-fu
2017-11
Source PublicationJournal of Mountain Science
ISSN1672-6316
Volume14Issue:11Pages:2246-2256
Subtype期刊论文
AbstractDue to its rapid growth and high rate of spread,Phyllostachyspubescenscan suppress other species, eventually leading to pure P. pubescensforests.Research on the patterns of litter decomposition and nutrient release from P. pubescensacross stand mixturesare helpful to understandthedecomposition and nutrient dynamicsduring the invasion process.However, little is known for unmanaged conditions at high elevations. Therefore, westudiedthedecompositionoffour litter compositions comprised of different combinationsof P. pubescens andCunninghamialanceolatafoliagefor one yearto explore the pattern of litter decomposition and nutrient releaseat the Daiyun Mountain National Nature Reserve. The results show that: (1)the litter decomposed faster with ahigher proportion of P. pubescens based on Olson's decay model;(2)the remaining litter compositions followed a trigonometric function model better than Olson's decay modeland fluctuated periodically in tandem with changing temperature and precipitation;(3) the litter mixture decompositions did not support the biomass-ratio hypothesis test; and (4) there weresignificant binomial, power and exponential relationships between initial concentration and final amounts remaining after 1 year decomposition for C, N and P. The correlations between litter decomposition and nutrient releasesweresignificant.The results may be used to explain the rapid spread of P. pubescensand to guide the natural management of plantations.
KeywordDecomposition Models Nutrient Release Pattern Biomass-ratio Hypothesis Phyllostachyspubescens Litter Decomposition
DOIhttps://doi.org/10.1007/s11629-017-4426-8
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Language英语
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Identifierhttp://ir.imde.ac.cn/handle/131551/19192
CollectionJournal of Mountain Science_Journal of Mountain Science-2017_Vol14 No.11
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XU Dao-wei,LIU Jin-fu,Peter MARSHALL,et al. Leaf litter decomposition dynamics in unmanaged Phyllostachys pubescens stands at high elevations in the Daiyun Mountain National Nature Reserve[J]. Journal of Mountain Science,2017,14(11):2246-2256.
APA XU Dao-wei,LIU Jin-fu,Peter MARSHALL,HE Zhong-sheng,&ZHENG Shi-qun.(2017).Leaf litter decomposition dynamics in unmanaged Phyllostachys pubescens stands at high elevations in the Daiyun Mountain National Nature Reserve.Journal of Mountain Science,14(11),2246-2256.
MLA XU Dao-wei,et al."Leaf litter decomposition dynamics in unmanaged Phyllostachys pubescens stands at high elevations in the Daiyun Mountain National Nature Reserve".Journal of Mountain Science 14.11(2017):2246-2256.
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