nematode

Dataset: 

Study number: 

394

Data set ID: 

210394007

Abstract: 

**The objective of the present research was to determine whether there have been changes in the structure and function of the surface (0-20cm) soil system, the zone most affected by litter decomposition, which is associated with the rapid movement of mesquite from historical habitats (arroyo and playa fringe) into recent habitats (grassland and dunes). We hypothesized that the soil biotic communities would be poorly developed in the recent mesquite habitats because of lower soil C and nutrient concentrations. Data set contains Baerman Funnel extracted nematodes (fungal feeders, bacterial feeders, omnivore-predator, total plant parasites, total nematodes) and Elutriator extracted nematodes (fungal feeders, bacterial feeders, omnivore-predator, total plant parasites, total nematodes).

Data sources: 

data_JornadaStudy_394_mesquite_surface_soil _nematode

LTER Core Area(s): 

Dataset: 

Study number: 

386

Data set ID: 

210386011

Abstract: 

[Mesquite root tube soil nutrients from soil cores collected under mesquite (Prosopis glandulosa) at the dune, playa, and grassland sites. Data consists of NO3, NH4, and soil H2O (percent).]

Data sources: 

data_JornadaStudy_386_mesquite_phenology_root_tube_soil _nutrient

LTER Core Area(s): 

Dataset: 

Study number: 

386

Data set ID: 

210386010

Abstract: 

[Soil mite numbers associated with soil cores collected under mesquite {Prosopis glandulosa) at the dune, playa and grassland sites.]

Data sources: 

data_JornadaStudy_386_mesquite_phenology_soil_mite

LTER Core Area(s): 

Dataset: 

Study number: 

386

Data set ID: 

210386002

Abstract: 

Soil samples were collected from mesquite dune site, and analyzed for nutrient content in the plant, N-mineralization potential, rhizobium counts, and nematode counts.

Data sources: 

data_JornadaStudy_386_mesquite_phenology_nematode

LTER Core Area(s): 

Dataset: 

Study number: 

385

Data set ID: 

210385001

Abstract: 

A mesocosm experiment was conducted on fluff grass (Erioneuron pulchellum) plants to look at the effect of exclusion of mites (with chlordane), nematodes (NEMACUR), mites and nematodes, on soil available, total and microbial nitrogen.

Data sources: 

data_JornadaStudy_385_fluff_grass_mesocosm_mites_nematodes

LTER Core Area(s): 

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