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Elevated CO2 Increases Nitrogen Fixationat the Reproductive Phase Contributing to Various Yield Responses of Soybean Cultivars
Y. S. Li, Z. H. Yu, X. B. Liu, U. Mathesius, G. H. Wang, C. X. Tang, J. J. Wu, J. D. Liu, S. Q. Zhang and J. Jin; Jin J(金剑)
2017
Source PublicationFrontiers in Plant Science
Volume8
AbstractNitrogen deficiency limits crop performance under elevated CO2 (eCO(2)), depending on the ability of plant N uptake. However, the dynamics and redistribution of N-2 fixation, and fertilizer and soil N use in legumes under eCO(2) have been little studied. Such an investigation is essential to improve the adaptability of legumes to climate change. We took advantage of genotype-specific responses of soybean to increased CO2 to test which N-uptake phenotypes are most strongly related to enhanced yield. Eight soybean cultivars were grown in open-top chambers with either 390 ppm (aCO(2)) or 550 ppm CO2 (eCO(2)). The plants were supplied with 100 mg N kg(-1) soil as N-15-labeled calcium nitrate, and harvested at the initial seed-filling (R5) and full-mature (R8) stages. Increased yield in response to eCO(2) correlated highly (r = 0.95) with an increase in symbiotically fixed N during the R5 to R8 stage. In contrast, eCO(2) only led to small increases in the uptake of fertilizer-derived and soil-derived N during R5 to R8, and these increases did not correlate with enhanced yield. Elevated CO2 also decreased the proportion of seed N redistributed from shoot to seeds, and this decrease strongly correlated with increased yield. Moreover, the total N uptake was associated with increases in fixed-N per nodule in response to eCO(2), but not with changes in nodule biomass, nodule density, or root length.
DOI10.3389/Fpls.2017.01546
WOS IDWOS:000410632400001
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.iga.ac.cn/handle/131322/7530
Collection湿地与全球变化学科组
Corresponding AuthorJin J(金剑)
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Y. S. Li, Z. H. Yu, X. B. Liu, U. Mathesius, G. H. Wang, C. X. Tang, J. J. Wu, J. D. Liu, S. Q. Zhang and J. Jin,Jin J. Elevated CO2 Increases Nitrogen Fixationat the Reproductive Phase Contributing to Various Yield Responses of Soybean Cultivars[J]. Frontiers in Plant Science,2017,8.
APA Y. S. Li, Z. H. Yu, X. B. Liu, U. Mathesius, G. H. Wang, C. X. Tang, J. J. Wu, J. D. Liu, S. Q. Zhang and J. Jin,&金剑.(2017).Elevated CO2 Increases Nitrogen Fixationat the Reproductive Phase Contributing to Various Yield Responses of Soybean Cultivars.Frontiers in Plant Science,8.
MLA Y. S. Li, Z. H. Yu, X. B. Liu, U. Mathesius, G. H. Wang, C. X. Tang, J. J. Wu, J. D. Liu, S. Q. Zhang and J. Jin,et al."Elevated CO2 Increases Nitrogen Fixationat the Reproductive Phase Contributing to Various Yield Responses of Soybean Cultivars".Frontiers in Plant Science 8(2017).
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