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ОбложкаSoil conditions and plant growth / ed. by P.J.Gregory, S.Nortcliff. - Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, 2013. - ix, 461 p., [12] l. of plates: ill. - Incl. bibl. ref. - Ind.: p.449-461. - ISBN 978-1-4051-9770-0
 

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Оглавление / Contents
 
Contributors ................................................. viii
Preface ......................................................... x

1  The historical development of studies on soil-plant
   interactions ................................................. 1
   Stephen Nortcliff and Peter J. Gregory
   1.1  Introduction ............................................ 1
   1.2  The search for the 'principle' of vegetation,
        1630-1750 ............................................... 2
   1.3  The search for plant nutrients .......................... 4
   1.4  The beginnings of soil microbiology .................... 10
   1.5  The development and application of modern knowledge
        of soils ............................................... 13
   References .................................................. 20

2  Plant and crop science ...................................... 22
   Sayed Azam-Ali
   2.1  Introductory principles of resource capture by crops ... 22
   2.2  Growth and development ................................. 23
   2.3  Solar radiation ........................................ 27
   2.4  Water .................................................. 32
   2.5  Integrating principles of resource capture by crops .... 42
   2.6  Conclusion ............................................. 45
   References .................................................. 46

3  Soil fertility .............................................. 49
   Elizabeth A. Stockdale, Keith W.T. Goulding, Timothy 
   S. George, and Daniel V. Murphy
   3.1  Introduction ........................................... 49
   3.2  Concepts of soil fertility ............................. 50
   3.3  Plant-soil interactions determining soil fertility ..... 57
   3.4  Assessing soil fertility ............................... 62
   3.5  Managing soil fertility ................................ 72
   References .................................................. 79

4  Soil organic matter ......................................... 86
   David Powlson, Pete Smith, and Maria De Nobili
   4.1  Introduction ........................................... 86
   4.2  Factors influencing SOM content ........................ 88
   4.3  Modelling SOM dynamics ................................. 93
   4.4  Chemical structure of SOM as elucidated using new
        forms of spectroscopy - advances and pitfalls ......... 100
   4.5  Organo-mineral interactions ........................... 108
   4.6  Fractionation methods for studying SOM ................ 111
   4.7  The living part of SOM - the soil microbial biomass ... 115
   4.8  SOM and soil physical conditions and implications
        for plant growth ...................................... 116
   4.9  Soil С and climate change ............................. 120
   References ................................................. 126

5  Nitrogen and phosphorus cycles and their management ........ 132
   Phil M. Haygarth, Richard D. Bardgett, and Leo M. Condron
   5.1  Introduction .......................................... 132
   5.2  Sources of nitrogen and phosphorus to soil-plant
        systems ............................................... 134
   5.3  Chemical and biological processes of nutrient
        cycling, transformations and bioavailability .......... 137
   5.4  Processes of nitrogen and phosphorus losses from
        soils ................................................. 145
   5.5  Nitrogen and phosphorus use in agricultural systems ... 149
   5.6  Future soil nutrient cycles and environmental change .. 153
   References ................................................. 155

6  Properties and management of cationic elements for crop
   growth ..................................................... 160
   Philip J. White and Duncan J. Greenwood
   6.1  The movement of essential cationic elements to the
        root surface .......................................... 160
   6.2  Cationic elements in plants ........................... 163
   6.3  The uptake of essential cationic elements from the
        rhizosphere ........................................... 169
   6.4  Cationic elements in the soil solution ................ 173
   6.5  Management practices increasing the acquisition of
        essential mineral cations ............................. 180
   6.6  Genetic strategies to improve the efficiency of
        acquisition and physiological use of essential
        cationic elements ..................................... 183
   6.7  Concluding remarks .................................... 186
   References ................................................. 187

7  Managing adverse soil chemical environments ................ 195
   Mark E. Hodson and Erica Donner
   7.1  Potentially toxic metals (PTMs) ....................... 195
   7.2  Salt-affected soils (saline, sodic and saline-sodic
        soils) ................................................ 206
   7.3  Acid and alkaline soils ............................... 218
   References ................................................. 228

8  Managing the soil physical environment for plants .......... 238
   Paul D. Hallett and A. Glyn Bengough
   8.1  Introduction .......................................... 238
   8.2  Basic physical properties of soil ..................... 238
   8.3  Soil structure ........................................ 241
   8.4  Soil tilth and seedbeds ............................... 249
   8.5  Critical soil physical conditions for plant growth .... 257
   References ................................................. 261

9  Soil water and its management .............................. 269
   Anne Verhoef and Gregorio Egea
   9.1  Soil water management - a general overview ............ 269
   9.2  Key concepts related to water in soil ................. 270
   9.3  Soil water and plants ................................. 281
   9.4  Determination of soil water balance and related
        variables ............................................. 288
   9.5  Water management to alleviate soil water shortage ..... 298
   9.6  Water management to alleviate excess water ............ 308
   References ................................................. 312

10 Plant-induced changes in soil processes and properties ..... 323
   Philippe Hinsinger
   10.1 Introduction .......................................... 323
   10.2 Roles of plants in carbon cycling: deposition,
        burial and emission ................................... 324
   10.3 Roles of plants in soil acidification ................. 335
   10.4 Roles of plants in the weathering of soil minerals .... 342
   10.5 Conclusion ............................................ 353
   References ................................................. 355

11 Sustainable management of soil and plant health by
   optimising soil biological function ........................ 366
   Dominic Standing and Ken Killham
   11.1 Introduction .......................................... 366
   11.2 Managing soil and plant health ........................ 368
   11.3 Conclusion ............................................ 386
   References ................................................. 386

12 Managing the soil-plant system for the delivery of
   ecosystem services ......................................... 390
   David W. Hopkins and Edward G. Gregorich
   12.1 Introduction .......................................... 390
   12.2 Roles of soils ........................................ 394
   12.3 Sustainable soil use and soil quality ................. 409
   12.4 Concluding remarks .................................... 413
   References ................................................. 414

13 The new challenge - sustainable production in a changing
   environment ................................................ 417
   Peter J. Gregory and Stephen Nortcliff
   13.1 Introduction .......................................... 417
   13.2 Human-induced environmental change .................... 418
   13.3 Food security and food production ..................... 426
   13.4 Routes to sustainable intensification ................. 434
   References ................................................. 442

Index ......................................................... 449

A colour plate section falls between pages 214 and 215


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