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Stream salinization and fungal-mediated leaf decomposition: A microcosm study

The Science of the Total Environment

May 26, 2017

Cristina CanhotoFelix Bärlocher

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Salinization is of major global concern due to its effect on stream biota, and ecosystem functions and services. In small streams, litter decomposition is a key ecosystem-level process driven by decomposers, mainly fungi (aquatic hyphomycetes), which link litter and invertebrates. Here ...read more

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Sporulation
Health Services
Quercus
Nectria curta
Filamentous fungus
Reproduction
Cell Respiration
Quercus robur
Streams
Salinity
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Stream salinization and fungal-mediated leaf decomposition: A microcosm study

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DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2017.05.101

Abstract

Salinization is of major global concern due to its effect on stream biota, and ecosystem functions and services. In small streams, litter decomposition is a key ecosystem-level process driven by decomposers, mainly fungi (aquatic hyphomycetes), which link litter and invertebrates. Here ...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Sporulation
Health Services
Quercus
Nectria curta
Filamentous fungus
Reproduction
Cell Respiration
Quercus robur
Streams
Salinity
1
34

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