International Journal of Soil Biology
Soil biology is a rapidly developing field in ecology and ecosystem studies. Analysis of biological structures, interactions, functions, and processes in soil is fundamental for understanding natural and managed terrestrial ecosystems. Such an understanding is a prerequisite for appropriate soil management. Pedobiologia publishes papers in the field of soil biology (soil zoology and soil microbiology). The scope of this journal consists in fundamental and applied aspects of soil biology. Structural characteristics of the community of soil biota, interactions of soil organisms and the effect of organisms on soil processes are key focal points. Preferentially experimental work is published but more theoretical, descriptive or methodological studies and review articles are also included.
Editors-in-Chief: Stefan Scheu , Matthias C. Rillig
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108 Curry, J.P. | Schmidt, O. The feeding ecology of earthworms - A review Pedobiologia, Volume 50, Issue 6, 2007-01-04, Pages 463-477 37 Steiner, C. | Das, K.C. | Garcia, M. | Förster, B. | Zech, W. Charcoal and smoke extract stimulate the soil microbial community in a highly weathered xanthic Ferralsol Pedobiologia, Volume 51, Issue 5-6, 2008-04-08, Pages 359-366 32 Huang, J. | Xu, Q. | Sun, Z.J. | Tang, G.L. | Su, Z.Y. Identifying earthworms through DNA barcodes Pedobiologia, Volume 51, Issue 4, 2007-10-19, Pages 301-309 30 Huhta, V. The role of soil fauna in ecosystems: A historical review Pedobiologia, Volume 50, Issue 6, 2007-01-04, Pages 489-495 30 Heneghan, L. | Steffen, J. | Fagen, K. Interactions of an introduced shrub and introduced earthworms in an Illinois urban woodland: Impact on leaf litter decomposition Pedobiologia, Volume 50, Issue 6, 2007-01-04, Pages 543-551 28 de Vaufleury, A. | Kramarz, P.E. | Binet, P. | Cortet, J. | Caul, S. | Andersen, M.N. | Plumey, E. | Coeurdassier, M. | Krogh, P.H. Exposure and effects assessments of Bt-maize on non-target organisms (gastropods, microarthropods, mycorrhizal fungi) in microcosms Pedobiologia, Volume 51, Issue 3, 2007-08-15, Pages 185-194 28 Wakelin, S.A. | Gregg, A.L. | Simpson, R.J. | Li, G.D. | Riley, I.T. | McKay, A.C. Pasture management clearly affects soil microbial community structure and N-cycling bacteria Pedobiologia, Volume 52, Issue 4, 2009-05-10, Pages 237-251 27 Wehner, J. | Antunes, P.M. | Powell, J.R. | Mazukatow, J. | Rillig, M.C. Plant pathogen protection by arbuscular mycorrhizas: A role for fungal diversity? Pedobiologia, Volume 53, Issue 3, 2010-05-10, Pages 197-201 25 Cortet, J. | Griffiths, B.S. | Bohanec, M. | Demsar, D. | Andersen, M.N. | Caul, S. | E. Birch, A.N. | Pernin, C. | Tabone, E. | de Vaufleury, A. | Ke, X. | Henning Krogh, P. Evaluation of effects of transgenic Bt maize on microarthropods in a European multi-site experiment Pedobiologia, Volume 51, Issue 3, 2007-08-15, Pages 207-218 25 Purin, S. | Rillig, M.C. The arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal protein glomalin: Limitations, progress, and a new hypothesis for its function Pedobiologia, Volume 51, Issue 2, 2007-06-20, Pages 123-130
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