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AuthorsThakur, Madhav P
Phillips, Helen R P
De Vries, Franciska T
Van der Putten, Wim H
Rillig, Matthias C
Wardle, David A
Bach, Elizabeth M
Bartz, Marie L C
Bennett, Joanne M
Briones, Maria J I
Guerra, Carlos António
Ramirez, Kelly S
Russell, David J
Wall, Diana H
Cameron, Erin K
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TitleTowards an integrative understanding of soil biodiversity.
Published inBiol Rev Camb Philos Soc 2019; advance online publication (ahead of print)
- Niche and metabolic principles explain patterns of diversity and distribution: theory and a case study with soil bacterial communities.
- Authors: Okie JG, Van Horn DJ, Storch D, Barrett JE, Gooseff MN, Kopsova L, Takacs-Vesbach CD
- Issue date: 2015 Jun 22
- Beta Diversity Patterns Derived from Island Biogeography Theory.
- Authors: Lu M, Vasseur D, Jetz W
- Issue date: 2019 Sep
- Island biogeography of soil bacteria and fungi: similar patterns, but different mechanisms.
- Authors: Li SP, Wang P, Chen Y, Wilson MC, Yang X, Ma C, Lu J, Chen XY, Wu J, Shu WS, Jiang L
- Issue date: 2020 Jul
- Plant diversity predicts beta but not alpha diversity of soil microbes across grasslands worldwide.
- Authors: Prober SM, Leff JW, Bates ST, Borer ET, Firn J, Harpole WS, Lind EM, Seabloom EW, Adler PB, Bakker JD, Cleland EE, DeCrappeo NM, DeLorenze E, Hagenah N, Hautier Y, Hofmockel KS, Kirkman KP, Knops JM, La Pierre KJ, MacDougall AS, McCulley RL, Mitchell CE, Risch AC, Schuetz M, Stevens CJ, Williams RJ, Fierer N
- Issue date: 2015 Jan
- A Latitudinal Diversity Gradient in Terrestrial Bacteria of the Genus Streptomyces.
- Authors: Andam CP, Doroghazi JR, Campbell AN, Kelly PJ, Choudoir MJ, Buckley DH
- Issue date: 2016 Apr 12
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The cation competition and electrostatic theory are equally valid in quantifying the toxicity of trivalent rare earth ions (Y and Ce) to Triticum aestivum.Gong, Bing; He, Erkai; Qiu, Hao; Li, Jianqiu; Ji, Jie; Peijnenburg, Willie J G M; Liu, Yang; Zhao, Ling; Cao, Xinde (2019-07-01)There is a lack of appropriate models to delineate the toxicity of rare earth elements (REEs) while taking into account the factors that affect bioavailability. Here, standardized wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) root elongation tests were conducted to examine the impact of exposure conditions (i.e., varying Ca, Mg, Na, K and pH levels) on Y and Ce toxicity. Cation competition and electrostatic theory were examined for their applicability in explaining the observed variations in toxicity. Only Ca2+ and Mg2+ significantly alleviated the toxicity of Y3+ and Ce3+, while Na+, K+ and H+ showed no significant effects. Based on the cation competition, the derived binding constants for the hypothetical biotic ligands of wheat logKCaBL, logKMgBL, logKYBL, and logKCeBL were 3.87, 3.59, 6.70, and 6.48, respectively. The biotic ligand model (BLM) succeeded in predicting toxicities of Y and Ce, with more than 93% of the variance in toxicity explained. Given the BLM requires large data sets for deriving model parameters, attempts were further made to explore a simpler electrostatic based model to quantify REEs toxicity. The results demonstrated that the predictive capacity of the electrostatic approach, which considers ion activities at the plasma membrane surface, was comparable to that of BLM with at least 87% of the variations in toxicity explained. This suggested that the electrostatic theory can serve as a surrogate to BLM in modeling Y and Ce toxicities. Therefore, we recommend the BLM and electrostatic-based model as effective approaches to incorporate bioavailability in quantifying REEs toxicity in the presence of various levels of other major cations.
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