Data from: Reconsidering the phosphorus limitation of soil microbial activity in tropical forests

Taiki Mori, Xiankai Lu, Ryota Aoyagi & Jiangming Mo
1. It has long been believed that soil microbial activity in tropical forest ecosystems is limited by phosphorus (P) rather than nitrogen (N) availability. In this study, we reviewed the methods used to determine the limiting nutrients and evaluated the validity of the widespread P-limitation hypothesis in tropical forest soils. 2. The most commonly used analysis method entails testing whether fertilization increased microbial biomass or soil respiration. Fertilization using microbial biomass as an indicator was...
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