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Decomposition rate of litter and energy flow through the edaphon in Leymus chinensis grassland in northeast China



Decomposition rate of litter and energy flow through the edaphon in Leymus chinensis grassland in northeast China



Grassland of China (5): 7-10



The decomposition rate of litter and soil respiration rate in L. chinensis grassland were both correlated with soil moisture content and soil temperatures.

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