Wood ash application in a managed Norway spruce plantation did not affect ectomycorrhizal diversity or N retention capacity

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Wood ash application in a managed Norway spruce plantation did not affect ectomycorrhizal diversity or N retention capacity. / Cruz-Paredes, Carla; Frøslev, Tobias Guldberg; Michelsen, Anders; Bang-Andreasen, Toke; Hansen, Mette; Ingerslev, Morten; Skov, Simon; Wallander, Håkan; Kjøller, Rasmus.

In: Fungal Ecology, Vol. 39, 2019, p. 1-11.

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Cruz-Paredes, C, Frøslev, TG, Michelsen, A, Bang-Andreasen, T, Hansen, M, Ingerslev, M, Skov, S, Wallander, H & Kjøller, R 2019, 'Wood ash application in a managed Norway spruce plantation did not affect ectomycorrhizal diversity or N retention capacity', Fungal Ecology, vol. 39, pp. 1-11. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.funeco.2018.11.002

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Cruz-Paredes, C., Frøslev, T. G., Michelsen, A., Bang-Andreasen, T., Hansen, M., Ingerslev, M., ... Kjøller, R. (2019). Wood ash application in a managed Norway spruce plantation did not affect ectomycorrhizal diversity or N retention capacity. Fungal Ecology, 39, 1-11. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.funeco.2018.11.002

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Cruz-Paredes C, Frøslev TG, Michelsen A, Bang-Andreasen T, Hansen M, Ingerslev M et al. Wood ash application in a managed Norway spruce plantation did not affect ectomycorrhizal diversity or N retention capacity. Fungal Ecology. 2019;39:1-11. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.funeco.2018.11.002

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Cruz-Paredes, Carla ; Frøslev, Tobias Guldberg ; Michelsen, Anders ; Bang-Andreasen, Toke ; Hansen, Mette ; Ingerslev, Morten ; Skov, Simon ; Wallander, Håkan ; Kjøller, Rasmus. / Wood ash application in a managed Norway spruce plantation did not affect ectomycorrhizal diversity or N retention capacity. In: Fungal Ecology. 2019 ; Vol. 39. pp. 1-11.

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title = "Wood ash application in a managed Norway spruce plantation did not affect ectomycorrhizal diversity or N retention capacity",
abstract = "Ectomycorrhizal (ECM) fungi are key players in N cycling in coniferous forests, and forest management such as application of wood ash can affect their functionality. The aim of this study was to determine the effects of wood ash application on ECM fungal mycelial production, capacity to retain N, diversity and community composition. In-growth mesh bags were installed in control and treated plots. After 6 months, 15N labeled ammonium and nitrate were applied into the mesh bags, and 24 h later extramatrical mycelium (EMM) was extracted and analyzed. Wood ash had no effects on EMM in-growth, N retention capacity, diversity or community composition. In contrast, there were significant seasonal differences in the amount of EMM produced. These results demonstrate that applying up to 6 t ha−1 of wood ash in this type of plantation forest is a safe management practice that does not increase N leaching or negatively affect ECM fungi.",
keywords = "Community composition, Ectomycorrhizal fungi, Extramatrical mycelium, Nitrogen leaching, Nitrogen retention, Wood ash",
author = "Carla Cruz-Paredes and Fr{\o}slev, {Tobias Guldberg} and Anders Michelsen and Toke Bang-Andreasen and Mette Hansen and Morten Ingerslev and Simon Skov and H{\aa}kan Wallander and Rasmus Kj{\o}ller",
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AU - Bang-Andreasen, Toke

AU - Hansen, Mette

AU - Ingerslev, Morten

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AU - Wallander, Håkan

AU - Kjøller, Rasmus

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N2 - Ectomycorrhizal (ECM) fungi are key players in N cycling in coniferous forests, and forest management such as application of wood ash can affect their functionality. The aim of this study was to determine the effects of wood ash application on ECM fungal mycelial production, capacity to retain N, diversity and community composition. In-growth mesh bags were installed in control and treated plots. After 6 months, 15N labeled ammonium and nitrate were applied into the mesh bags, and 24 h later extramatrical mycelium (EMM) was extracted and analyzed. Wood ash had no effects on EMM in-growth, N retention capacity, diversity or community composition. In contrast, there were significant seasonal differences in the amount of EMM produced. These results demonstrate that applying up to 6 t ha−1 of wood ash in this type of plantation forest is a safe management practice that does not increase N leaching or negatively affect ECM fungi.

AB - Ectomycorrhizal (ECM) fungi are key players in N cycling in coniferous forests, and forest management such as application of wood ash can affect their functionality. The aim of this study was to determine the effects of wood ash application on ECM fungal mycelial production, capacity to retain N, diversity and community composition. In-growth mesh bags were installed in control and treated plots. After 6 months, 15N labeled ammonium and nitrate were applied into the mesh bags, and 24 h later extramatrical mycelium (EMM) was extracted and analyzed. Wood ash had no effects on EMM in-growth, N retention capacity, diversity or community composition. In contrast, there were significant seasonal differences in the amount of EMM produced. These results demonstrate that applying up to 6 t ha−1 of wood ash in this type of plantation forest is a safe management practice that does not increase N leaching or negatively affect ECM fungi.

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KW - Extramatrical mycelium

KW - Nitrogen leaching

KW - Nitrogen retention

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