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Johanna Pausch
Johanna Pausch
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Carbon input by roots into the soil: quantification of rhizodeposition from root to ecosystem scale
J Pausch, Y Kuzyakov
Global change biology 24 (1), 1-12, 2018
6732018
Estimation of rhizodeposition at field scale: upscaling of a 14C labeling study
J Pausch, J Tian, M Riederer, Y Kuzyakov
Plant and Soil 364, 273-285, 2013
1372013
Arbuscular mycorrhiza enhances rhizodeposition and reduces the rhizosphere priming effect on the decomposition of soil organic matter
J Zhou, H Zang, S Loeppmann, M Gube, Y Kuzyakov, J Pausch
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 140, 107641, 2020
1362020
Root hairs increase rhizosphere extension and carbon input to soil
M Holz, M Zarebanadkouki, Y Kuzyakov, J Pausch, A Carminati
Annals of Botany 121 (1), 61-69, 2018
1252018
Carbon flow into microbial and fungal biomass as a basis for the belowground food web of agroecosystems
S Kramer, S Marhan, L Ruess, W Armbruster, O Butenschoen, ...
Pedobiologia 55 (2), 111-119, 2012
1232012
Substrate quality affects kinetics and catalytic efficiency of exo-enzymes in rhizosphere and detritusphere
S Loeppmann, E Blagodatskaya, J Pausch, Y Kuzyakov
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 92, 111-118, 2016
1142016
Plant inter-species effects on rhizosphere priming of soil organic matter decomposition
J Pausch, B Zhu, Y Kuzyakov, W Cheng
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 57, 91-99, 2013
1122013
Small but active–pool size does not matter for carbon incorporation in below‐ground food webs
J Pausch, S Kramer, A Scharroba, N Scheunemann, O Butenschoen, ...
Functional Ecology 30 (3), 479-489, 2016
1052016
Spatial patterns of enzyme activities in the rhizosphere: effects of root hairs and root radius
X Ma, M Zarebanadkouki, Y Kuzyakov, E Blagodatskaya, J Pausch, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 118, 69-78, 2018
1012018
Aggregate size and their disruption affect 14C-labeled glucose mineralization and priming effect
J Tian, J Pausch, G Yu, E Blagodatskaya, Y Gao, Y Kuzyakov
Applied Soil Ecology 90, 1-10, 2015
982015
Maize rhizosphere priming: field estimates using 13C natural abundance
A Kumar, Y Kuzyakov, J Pausch
Plant and Soil 409, 87-97, 2016
972016
Microbial response to rhizodeposition depending on water regimes in paddy soils
J Tian, M Dippold, J Pausch, E Blagodatskaya, M Fan, X Li, Y Kuzyakov
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 65, 195-203, 2013
952013
Enzyme properties down the soil profile-A matter of substrate quality in rhizosphere and detritusphere
S Loeppmann, E Blagodatskaya, J Pausch, Y Kuzyakov
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 103, 274-283, 2016
852016
Hotspots of microbial activity induced by earthworm burrows, old root channels, and their combination in subsoil
DTT Hoang, J Pausch, BS Razavi, I Kuzyakova, CC Banfield, Y Kuzyakov
Biology and Fertility of Soils 52, 1105-1119, 2016
832016
Photoassimilate allocation and dynamics of hotspots in roots visualized by 14C phosphor imaging
J Pausch, Y Kuzyakov
Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 174 (1), 12-19, 2011
832011
Effects of maize roots on aggregate stability and enzyme activities in soil
A Kumar, M Dorodnikov, T Splettstößer, Y Kuzyakov, J Pausch
Geoderma 306, 50-57, 2017
822017
Soil organic carbon decomposition from recently added and older sources estimated by δ13C values of CO2 and organic matter
J Pausch, Y Kuzyakov
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 55, 40-47, 2012
752012
Six months of L. terrestris L. activity in root-formed biopores increases nutrient availability, microbial biomass and enzyme activity
M Athmann, T Kautz, C Banfield, S Bauke, DTT Hoang, M Lüsebrink, ...
Applied Soil Ecology 120, 135-142, 2017
642017
Rhizosphere priming of barley with and without root hairs
J Pausch, S Loeppmann, A Kühnel, K Forbush, Y Kuzyakov, W Cheng
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 100, 74-82, 2016
642016
Allocation and dynamics of assimilated carbon in rice-soil system depending on water management
J Tian, J Pausch, M Fan, X Li, Q Tang, Y Kuzyakov
Plant and Soil 363, 273-285, 2013
642013
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