Annotation details (ID: 4976)

Experiment ID: 628

Field Description
namechanges in abundance and composition of nitrifying communities in barley (hordeum vulgare l.) rhizosphere and bulk soils over the growth period following combined biochar and urea amendment
doihttps://doi.org/10.1007/s00374-019-01410-6
srasrp161910.
mapmd5ca2ef1ad2ae54d6c51369a8729cabab1
datamd535d738f945ca393f3a4e4f944b520a84

Annotations Details

Exp. ID User ID Description Date Region Flag Sequences
628sheryodominant in rhizosphere of barley roots after 180 days in treatments amended with biochar (dominant biochar, china, zhejiang province, quzhou county, soil, depth 15cm, ph 4-5, hordeum vulgare, rhizosphere, days 180, mature barley plants)2020-05-18v4No5
Field Description
descriptiondominant in rhizosphere of barley roots after 180 days in treatments amended with biochar
typedominant
num_sequences5
regionv4
flags0
agentcalour
methodna
date2020-05-18
usernamesheryo
privaten
allbiochar
allchina
allzhejiang province
allquzhou county
allsoil
alldepth 15cm
allph 4-5
allhordeum vulgare
allrhizosphere
alldays 180
allmature barley plants

Sequences

Ontology terms (including parents)

all: ph 4-5 handan city prefecture triticeae spermatophyta days 180 depth 15cm organic material geographic location fiat object experimental factor magnoliophyta independent continuant mesangiospermae poales streptophyta na hordeum vulgare province (china) entity organism northeast asia organization charcoal liliopsida hordeinae viridiplantae immaterial entity petrosaviidae country mature barley plants material entity tracheophyta bop clade china hebei province euphyllophyta embryophyta asia environmental material triticodae rhizosphere poaceae root cellular organisms hordeum zhejiang province eukaryota continuant biochar continent commelinids streptophytina environmental zone site soil quzhou county eurasia pooideae

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