Organic Acids Regulation of Chemical−Microbial Phosphorus Transformations in Soils

Daniel Blackburn and coauthors detailed and quantified the different processes occurring with soil phosphorus when organic acids are added at different doses. This paper published in Environmental Science & Technology journal brings new insight to the plant P bioavailability and its relation to soil P desorption and diffusion kinetics, as well as to the soil microbial biomass.

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OP2016 – Guest of Honour Anthony F Harrison – Speech replay

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Replay of the speech by the OP2016 Guest of Honour Anthony F Harrison, Author of ‘The Blue Book’: Harrison, A.F. Soil organic phosphorus: a review of world literature. 1987, 257p.

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OP2016 – Charlie Shand – Effects of citrate on the solubilisation of soil phosphorus

Organic Phosphorus in the Environment: Solutions for Phosphorus Security (https://op2016.com/)
Session 5: Organic phosphorus in soil and waters: Stocks, flows and impact of scale
Dr Charlie Shand, James Hutton Institute
Title: Effects of citrate on the solubilisation of soil phosphorus

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OP2016 – Daniel Blackburn – Soil phosphorus dynamics at increasing citric and oxalic acid doses

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Session 3: Biotic interactions in organic phosphorus cycling ‐Plants
Dr Daniel Blackburn, Lancaster University
Title: Understanding soil phosphorus dynamics at increasing citric and oxalic acid doses

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OP2016 – Courtney Giles – A Tale of Two Exudates: The role of citrate and phytase in unlocking the potential of soil organic phosphorus for plant nutrition

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Session 3: Biotic interactions in organic phosphorus cycling ‐ Plants
Dr Courtney Giles, The James Hutton Institute
Title: A Tale of Two Exudates: The role of citrate and phytase in unlocking the potential of soil organic phosphorus for plant nutrition

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OP2016 – Gu Feng – Carbon:phosphorus ratio and plant‐AM fungi and bacteria association

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Session 4 Biotic interactions in organic phosphorus cycling ‐ Microbes
Prof. Gu Feng, China Agricultural University
Title: Carbon:phosphorus ratio drive bacterium mediated phytate mineralization and competition for phosphorus among plant‐AM fungi and bacteria association

 

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OP2016 -Keynote – Ben Turner – Organic phosphorus and the ecology of tropical forests

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Keynote speaker ‐ Dr Ben Turner
Title: Organic phosphorus and the ecology of tropical forests

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OP2016 – Helle Astrid Kjær – Past atmospheric phosphorus

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Session 1: Organic phosphorus flows in the environment in context with other nutrient cycles: Integration across ecosystems
Dr Helle Astrid Kjær, University of Copenhagen
Title: Past atmospheric phosphorus

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OP2016 – Edith Le Cadre – Nanomaterials as support to hydrolyse soil phytate

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Session 2: Methods of evaluating organic phosphorus stocks, concentration and speciation

Dr Edith Le Cadre, Montpellier SupAgro
Title: Nanomaterials as a promising binding support to hydrolyse soil phytate

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OP2016 – Kari Dunfield – Novel primers target group A and C acid phosphatase genes

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Session 2: Methods of evaluating organic phosphorus stocks, concentration and speciation
Prof. Kari Dunfield , University of Guelph
Title: Novel primers target group A and C bacterial non‐specific acid phosphatase genes

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