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Abstract Biochar as an eco-friendly substance, depending on its origin and production conditions, may have significant effects on soil properties, nutrient availability and K dynamics of arid and semi-arid soils. Biochars produced from wheat and corn residues, pyrolyzed at 250, 450 and 650 °C...
Abstract Dryland (arid and semi-arid) ecosystems globally provide more than half of livestock production and store roughly one-third of soil organic carbon (SOC). Biogeochemical pools are changing due to shrub encroachment, livestock grazing, and climate change. We assessed how vegetation...
Abstract In semiarid Chaco, wet season grazing exclosures allow a rapid grass recovery in mature and secondary forest patches, but not in the most degraded patches dominated by shrublands. In order to understand the causes of their dissimilar rehabilitation dynamics, we analyzed the effects of...
Abstract This review provides a comprehensive overview of the effects of drought on the growth of medic plants; then, it explores some drought tolerance traits including the morpho-physiological and biochemical parameters. In addition, medic plants were compared to other legumes and to cereals....
Abstract Efficient selection for salt tolerance using the choice of physiological traits is of great importance. In the present study, seven ecotypes of Panicum antidotale (four from the Cholistan Desert and three from the non-Cholistani area) were evaluated after three weeks of salt stress....
Abstract The understanding of land-use and land-cover change (LUCC) is crucial for the study of global climate change and the terrestrial ecological environment. Sandy land is an important component of the terrestrial ecosystem. This study applied the land-use transition matrix and change...
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