Plant and Soil

ISSN: 0032-079X

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Plant and Soil is a journal indexed in SJR in Plant Science and Soil Science with an H index of 190. It has a price of 2990 €. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,28 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English.

Plant and Soil focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: soil, root, n, concentration, nutrient, dynamics, p, growth, formation, fractions, ...

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Languages: English

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Aims and Scope

soil, root, n, concentration, nutrient, dynamics, p, growth, formation, fractions, potential, controlled, fungal, acid, crop, effects, leeks, plant, shrub, land, differences, influences, management,

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Assessment of the phytotoxicity of chromium in soils using the selective ion exchange resin extraction method

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Behaviour of photosynthetic products associated with growth and grain production in the rice plant

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Changes in N and C concentrations, soil acidity and P availability in tropical mixed acacia and eucalypt plantations on a nutrient-poor sandy soil

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Characterization of cadmium desorption in soils and its relationship to plant uptake and cadmium leaching

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Cluster-root production and organic anion exudation in a group of old-world lupins and a new-world lupin

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Competitive interaction between the exotic plant Rhus typhina L. and the native tree Quercus acutissima Carr. in Northern China under different soil N:P ratios

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Diurnal changes in nitric oxide emissions from conventional tillage and pasture sites in the Amazon Basin: influence of soil temperature

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Early growth of Brazilian pine (Araucaria angustifolia[Bertol.] Kuntze) in response to soil compaction and drought

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Ecological stoichiometry of N:P:Si in China's grasslands

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Effect of selective logging on soil organic carbon dynamics in tropical forests in central and western Africa

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Effects of forest expansion on mountain grassland: changes within soil organic carbon fractions

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Effects of plateau pikas' foraging and burrowing activities on vegetation biomass and soil organic carbon of alpine grasslands

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Environmental factors controlling soil organic carbon stability in French forest soils

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Exudation of amino acids by intact and damaged roots of wheat and peas

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Field evaluation of cultural cycles for improved cadmium and zinc phytoextraction with Noccaea caerulescens

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Fusarium oxysporum (Schlecht.) Snyd. et Hans. - A dominant fungus species on the root-surface of woody plant seedlings

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Grazing increases below-ground biomass and net primary production in a temperate grassland

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Growth and mineral element composition in two ecotypes of Thlaspi caerulescens on Cd contaminated soil

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How useful is the mutualism-parasitism continuum of arbuscular mycorrhizal functioning?

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Humic-like bioactivity on emergence and early growth of maize (Zea mays L.) of water-soluble lignins isolated from biomass for energy

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Immobilization and mobilization of labelled sulphur in relation to soil arylsulphatase activity in rhizosphere soil of field-grown rape, barley and fallow

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Improvement of degraded physical properties of a saline-sodic soil by reclamation with kallar grass (Leptochloa fusca)

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Increased nitrogen deposition alleviated the competitive effects of the introduced invasive plant Robinia pseudoacacia on the native tree Quercus acutissima

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Influence of alder hedges on the nitrogen nutrition of apple trees

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