Data from: Biological controls over the abundances of terrestrial ammonia oxidizers

Rui Xiao, Yunpeng Qiu, Jinjin Tao, Xuelin Zhang, Huaihai Chen, S. Chris Reberg-Horton, Wei Shi, H. David Shew, Yi Zhang & Shuijin Hu
Aim: Ammonia-oxidizing archaea (AOA) and bacteria (AOB) are the primary agents for nitrification, converting ammonia (NH4+) into nitrate (NO3-) and modulating plant nitrogen (N) utilization and terrestrial N retention. However, there is still lack of a unifying framework describing the patterns of global AOA and AOB distribution. In particular, biotic interactions are rarely integrated into any of the conceptual models. Location: World-wide. Time period: 2005-2016. Major taxa studied: Ammonia-oxidizing archaea and ammonia-oxidizing bacteria. Methods: A...
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