Gaowen Yang
Gaowen Yang
College of Grassland Science and Technology, China Agriculturla University
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Microplastic effects on plants
MC Rillig, A Lehmann, AA de Souza Machado, G Yang
New Phytologist 223 (3), 1066-1070, 2019
The role of multiple global change factors in driving soil functions and microbial biodiversity
MC Rillig, M Ryo, A Lehmann, CA Aguilar-Trigueros, S Buchert, A Wulf, ...
Science 366 (6467), 886-890, 2019
Why farmers should manage the arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis: A response to Ryan & Graham ()‘Little evidence that farmers should consider abundance or diversity of arbuscular …
MC Rillig, CA Aguilar‐Trigueros, T Camenzind, TR Cavagnaro, ...
New Phytologist, 2019
The interaction between arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and soil phosphorus availability influences plant community productivity and ecosystem stability
G Yang, N Liu, W Lu, S Wang, H Kan, Y Zhang, L Xu, Y Chen
Journal of Ecology 102 (4), 1072-1082, 2014
How soil biota drive ecosystem stability
G Yang, C Wagg, SD Veresoglou, S Hempel, MC Rillig
Trends in plant science 23 (12), 1057-1067, 2018
Changes in plant, soil, and microbes in a typical steppe from simulated grazing: explaining potential change in soil C
N Liu, HM Kan, GW Yang, YJ Zhang
Ecological Monographs 85 (2), 269-286, 2015
Trichoderma biofertilizer links to altered soil chemistry, altered microbial communities, and improved grassland biomass
F Zhang, Y Huo, AB Cobb, G Luo, J Zhou, G Yang, GWT Wilson, Y Zhang
Frontiers in microbiology 9, 2018
Nitrogen deposition and precipitation induced phylogenetic clustering of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities
YL Chen, ZW Xu, TL Xu, SD Veresoglou, GW Yang, BD Chen
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 115, 233-242, 2017
Effects of microplastic fibers on soil aggregation and enzyme activities are organic matter dependent
Y Liang, A Lehmann, G Yang, EF Leifheit, MC Rillig
Frontiers in Environmental Science 9, 97, 2021
Livestock grazing regulates ecosystem multifunctionality in semiarid grassland
H Ren, VT Eviner, W Gui, GWT Wilson, AB Cobb, G Yang, Y Zhang, S Hu, ...
Functional Ecology, 2018
Multiple anthropogenic pressures eliminate the effects of soil microbial diversity on ecosystem functions in experimental microcosms
G Yang, M Ryo, J Roy, DR Lammel, MB Ballhausen, X Jing, X Zhu, ...
Nature Communications 13 (1), 1-8, 2022
Plant and soil biodiversity have non-substitutable stabilizing effects on biomass production
G Yang, M Ryo, J Roy, S Hempel, M Rillig
Ecology Letters, 2021
Soil biodiversity enhances the persistence of legumes under climate change
G Yang, J Roy, SD Veresoglou, MC Rillig
New Phytologist 229 (5), 2945-2956, 2021
Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi affect plant community structure under various nutrient conditions and stabilize the community productivity
G Yang, X Yang, W Zhang, Y Wei, G Ge, W Lu, J Sun, N Liu, H Kan, ...
Oikos 125 (4), 576-585, 2016
Effects of heterogeneous salinity on growth, water uptake, and tissue ion concentrations of alfalfa
J Sun, G Yang, W Zhang, Y Zhang
Plant and soil 408 (1), 211-226, 2016
Long-term effects of grazing and topography on extra-radical hyphae of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in semi-arid grasslands
H Ren, W Gui, Y Bai, C Stein, JLM Rodrigues, GWT Wilson, AB Cobb, ...
Mycorrhiza 28 (2), 117-127, 2018
张英俊, 杨高文, 刘楠, 常书娟, 王晓亚
草业学报 22 (2), 290, 2013
Magnesium Fertilizer-Induced Increase of Symbiotic Microorganisms Improves Forage Growth and Quality
J Chen, Y Li, S Wen, A Rosanoff, G Yang, X Sun
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 65 (16), 3253-3258, 2017
Phosphorus and mowing improve native alfalfa establishment, facilitating restoration of grassland productivity and diversity
J Zhou, GWT Wilson, AB Cobb, G Yang, Y Zhang
Land Degradation & Development 30 (6), 647-657, 2019
Repeated litter inputs promoted stable soil organic carbon formation by increasing fungal dominance and carbon use efficiency
Y Wei, X Xiong, M Ryo, WB Badgery, Y Bi, G Yang, Y Zhang, N Liu
Biology and Fertility of Soils, 1-13, 2022
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