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Position: Home > issue > January 25, 2022 Volume 3, Issue 1
Contribution of periphytic biofilm of paddy soils to carbon dioxide fixation and methane emissions
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Author: Sichu Wang, Pengfei Sun, Guangbin Zhang, Neil Gray, Jan Dolfing, Sofia Esquivel-Elizondo, Josep Penuelas, Yonghong Wu

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Rice paddies are major contributors to anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions via methane (CH4) flux. The accurate quantification of CH4 emissions from rice paddies remains problematic, in part due to uncertainties and omissions in the contribution of microbial aggregates on the soil surface to carbon fluxes. Herein, we comprehensively evaluated the contribution of one form of microbial aggregates, periphytic biofilm (PB), to carbon dioxide (CO2) and CH4 emissions from paddies distributed across three climatic zones, and quantified the pathways that drive net CH4 production as well as CO2 fixation.


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https://doi.org/10.1016/j.xinn.2021.100192

Citation:
Wang S., Sun P., Zhang G., et al. (2021). Contribution of periphytic biofilm of paddy soils to carbon dioxide fixation and methane emissions. The Innovation. 3(1),100192.





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