Chin J Plant Ecol ›› 2000, Vol. 24 ›› Issue (5): 621-624.

Special Issue: 青藏高原植物生态学:植物-土壤-微生物

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On the Relationship Between the Decomposition of Wheat Residual and the Development of Soil Biochemistry

ZHANG Chong-Bang   

  • Online:2000-05-10 Published:2000-05-10
  • Contact: WANG Xi-Hua


Systematic analysis of the relation between wheat residual decomposition and soil biochemistry factors in the heavy frigid region of North East China found the following: changes through time in the rate of wheat residual decomposition showed a distinct seasonal trend with a single peak, in July (12.14×10-3g·g-1·d-1). 14 soil biochemistry factors were observed and these also changed in a distinct seasonal pattern. A step effect was an obvious feature of the residual decomposition and soil organic matter synthesis. The grey correlative effects of the 14 soil biology chemistry factors on the wheat residual decomposition were arranged as follows: x1(0.914)>x4(0.880)>x3(0.855)>x12(0.852)>x14(0.802)>x2(0.799)=x11(0.799)>x8(0.788)>x10(0.775)>x9(0.760)>x13(0.709)>x5(0.700)>x7(0.694)>x6(0.657) This allowed the delimitation of the GM(0,6) predictive model: y(k)=13.5x1(k)+23.75x4(k)-15.0x3(k)-16.5x12(k)-0.5x14(k)+5.0x2(k)-1.6