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Xiaoming Zou, Caspter P., Li L., Shi L., Chan O., Xu W.. Assessing the effect of litter species on the dynamic of bacterial and fungal communities during leaf decomposition in microcosm by molecular techniques. PlOS ONE. 2013;8(12).
Pöschl U., Després V., Andreae M., Conrad R., Begerow D., Artaxo P., et al. Biogeography in the air: fungal diversity over land and oceans. Biogeosciences. 2012;9:1125-1136.
Xie Y., Sha Z., Yu M, Bai Y., Zhang L.. An integrated ANN model to estimate biomass of typical grassland in Xilingol River Basin, Inner Mongolia, China. Ecological Modeling. 2009;220(15):1810-1818.
Kuzyakov Y., Xu X., Xiaoming Zou, Blagodatskaya E., Schaefer D., Qiao N.. Labile carbon retention compensates for CO2 released by priming in forest soils. Global Change Biology. 2014;20:1943-1954.
Swenson N., Erickson D., Xiangcheng M., Zimmerman JK. Phylogenetic and functional alpha and beta diversity in temperate and tropical tree communities. ECOLOGY. 2012;93(8):112-125.
Zimmerman JK, Xiangcheng M., Erickson D., Swenson N.. Phylogenetic and functional alpha and beta diversity in temperate and tropical tree communities. ECOLOGY. 2012;93(8):S112-S125.
Zhang Y., Gao Q., Xu L., Yu M, Tian Y.. Shrubs proliferated within a six-year exclosure in a temperate grassland - Spatiotemporal relationships between vegetation and soil variables. Sciences in Cold and Arid Regions. 2014;6(2):139-149.
Xiaoming Z, Feng WT, Schaefer DA, Li JZ, Chen JH. Soil mono- and disaccharides and amino acids as influenced by plant litter and root processes in a subtropical moist forest of Southwest China. Biogeochemistry. 2009;92:119-128.
Swenson N., Xiangcheng M., Kress W., Zimmerman JK. Species-time-area and phylogenetic-time-area relationships in tropical tree communities. ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION. 2013;3(5):1173-1183.
Qiao L., Feng W., Xu J., Xiaoming Zou, Slik J., Mortimer P., et al. Variation in forest soil fungal diversity along a latitudinal gradient. Fungal Diversity. 2014;64:305-315.