User menu

Identification and distribution of the readily soluble silicon pool in a temperate forest soil below three distinct tree species

Bibliographic reference Cornélis, Jean-Thomas ; Titeux, Hugues ; Ranger, Jacques ; Delvaux, Bruno. Identification and distribution of the readily soluble silicon pool in a temperate forest soil below three distinct tree species. In: Plant and Soil, Vol. 342, no. 1-2, p. 369-378
Permanent URL
  1. Alexandre Anne, Meunier Jean-Dominique, Colin Fabrice, Koud Jean-Mathias, Plant impact on the biogeochemical cycle of silicon and related weathering processes, 10.1016/s0016-7037(97)00001-x
  2. Amundson Ronald, The Carbon Budget in Soils, 10.1146/
  3. Bartoli F (1983) The biogenic cycle of silica in two temperate forest ecosystems. Ecol Bull 35:469–476
  4. Bartoli F., Wilding L. P., Dissolution of Biogenic Opal as a Function of its Physical and Chemical Properties1, 10.2136/sssaj1980.03615995004400040043x
  5. Berner RA (1995) Chemical weathering and its effect on the atmospheric CO2 and climate. In: White AF, Brantley SL (eds) Chemical weathering rates of silicate minerals. Reviews in mineralogy. Mineralogical Society of America, Washington, pp 565–583
  6. Berner R. A., Geochemistry and Geophysics: The Rise of Plants and Their Effect on Weathering and Atmospheric CO2, 10.1126/science.276.5312.544
  7. Blanco-Canqui Humberto, Lal Rattan, Mechanisms of Carbon Sequestration in Soil Aggregates, 10.1080/07352680490886842
  8. Blecker SW, McCulley RL, Chadwick OA, Kelly, EF (2006) Biologic cycling of silica across a grassland bioclimosequence. Global Biogeochem Cycles 20: GB3023, doi: 10.1029/2006GB002690
  9. Bonneau M, Brêthes A, Lacaze JF, Lelong F, Levy G, Nys C, Souchier B (1977) Modification de la fertilité des sols sous boisement artificiel de résineux purs (modification of soil fertility in artificial afforestation of pure coniferous). D.G.R.S.T., INRA, Nancy-Champenoux
  10. Brahy V., Deckers J., Delvaux B., Estimation of soil weathering stage and acid neutralizing capacity in a toposequence Luvisol-Cambisol on loess under deciduous forest in Belgium : Weathering and acid neutralizing capacity in soil on loess, 10.1046/j.1365-2389.2000.00285.x
  11. Brethes A, Brun JJ, Jabiol B, Ponge J, Toutain F, Classification of forest humus forms: a French proposal, 10.1051/forest:19950602
  12. Calvaruso Christophe, Mareschal Louis, Turpault Marie-Pierre, Leclerc Elisabeth, Rapid Clay Weathering in the Rhizosphere of Norway Spruce and Oak in an Acid Forest Ecosystem, 10.2136/sssaj2007.0400
  13. Chadwick O. A., Hendricks D. M., Nettleton W. D., Silica in Duric Soils: II. Mineralogy1, 10.2136/sssaj1987.03615995005100040029x
  14. Conley Daniel J, An interlaboratory comparison for the measurement of biogenic silica in sediments, 10.1016/s0304-4203(98)00049-8
  15. Conley Daniel J., Terrestrial ecosystems and the global biogeochemical silica cycle : GLOBAL BIOGEOCHEMICAL SILICA CYCLE, 10.1029/2002gb001894
  16. Conley DJ, Likens GE, Buso DC, Saccone L, Bailey SW, Johnson CE (2008) Deforestation causes increased dissolved silicate losses in the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest. Glob Change Biol 14:2548–2554
  17. Cornelis J.-T., Ranger J., Iserentant A., Delvaux B., Tree species impact the terrestrial cycle of silicon through various uptakes, 10.1007/s10533-009-9369-x
  18. Cornelis J.-T., Delvaux B., Cardinal D., André L., Ranger J., Opfergelt S., Tracing mechanisms controlling the release of dissolved silicon in forest soil solutions using Si isotopes and Ge/Si ratios, 10.1016/j.gca.2010.04.056
  19. Cornelis J.-T., Delvaux B., Titeux H., Contrasting silicon uptakes by coniferous trees: a hydroponic experiment on young seedlings, 10.1007/s11104-010-0451-x
  20. Cornell RM, Schwertmann U (1996) The iron oxides: structure, properties, reactions, occurence and uses. VCH, Weinheim
  21. Dahlgren RA (1994) Quantification of allophane and imogolite. In: Zelazny LW, Amonette JE (eds) Quantitative methods in soil mineralogy. Soil Science Society of America, Madison, pp 430–451
  22. DeMaster David J., The supply and accumulation of silica in the marine environment, 10.1016/0016-7037(81)90006-5
  23. Dietzel Martin, Dissolution of silicates and the stability of polysilicic acid, 10.1016/s0016-7037(00)00426-9
  24. Dietzel M (2002) Interaction of polysilicic and monosilicic acid with mineral surfaces. In: Stober I, Bucher K (eds) Water–Rock Interaction. Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp 207–235
  25. Dove PM (1995) Kinetic and thermodynamic controls on silica reactivity in weathering environments. In: White AF, Brantley SL (eds) Chemical weathering rates of silicate minerals. Review in mineralogy. Mineralogical Society of America, Washington, pp 235–290
  26. Drees LR, Wilding LP, Smeck NE, Sankayi AL (1989) Silica in soils: quartz and disordered silica polymorphs. In: Dixon JB, Weed SB (eds) Minerals in soil environments. Soil Science Society of America Book Series No. 1, Madison, pp 913–974
  27. Epstein Emanuel, SILICON, 10.1146/annurev.arplant.50.1.641
  28. Foster Margaret D., Geochemical studies of clay minerals III. The determination of free silica and free alumina in montmorillonites, 10.1016/0016-7037(53)90003-9
  29. Fraysse Fabrice, Pokrovsky Oleg S., Schott Jacques, Meunier Jean-Dominique, Surface chemistry and reactivity of plant phytoliths in aqueous solutions, 10.1016/j.chemgeo.2008.10.003
  30. Olsson Mats T, Melkerud Per-Arne, Weathering in three podzolized pedons on glacial deposits in northern Sweden and central Finland, 10.1016/s0016-7061(99)00081-6
  31. Guo Fengmao, Yost Russell S., Quantifying the Available Soil Phosphorus Pool with the Acid Ammonium Oxalate Method, 10.2136/sssaj1999.03615995006300030031x
  32. HERBAUTS J., DEHALU F.-A., GRUBER W., Quantitative determination of plant opal content in soils, using a combined method of heavy liquid separation and alkali dissolution, 10.1111/j.1365-2389.1994.tb00522.x
  33. Höhn Axel, Sommer Michael, Kaczorek Danuta, Schalitz Gisbert, Breuer Jörn, Silicon fractions in Histosols and Gleysols of a temperate grassland site, 10.1002/jpln.200625231
  34. Iler RK (1979) The chemistry of silica. Wiley-Interscience, New York
  35. IUSS Working Group WRB (2006) World reference base for soil resources 2006, 2nd ed. World Soil Resources Reports No. 103. FAO, Rome
  36. Jones L. H. P., Handreck K. A., Studies of silica in the oat plant : III. Uptake of silica from soils by the plant, 10.1007/bf01349120
  37. Kamatani Akiyoshi, Oku Osamu, Measuring biogenic silica in marine sediments, 10.1016/s0304-4203(99)00079-1
  38. Kelly EF (1990) Methods for extracting opal phytoliths from soil and plant material. In: Workshop on biotic indicators of global change, Seattle, Washington
  39. Kodama Hideomi, Ross G. John, Tiron Dissolution Method Used to Remove and Characterize Inorganic Components in Soils, 10.2136/sssaj1991.03615995005500040047x
  40. Koning Erica, Epping Eric, Van Raaphorst Wim, 10.1023/a:1020318610178
  41. Lucas Y, The Role of Plants in Controlling Rates and Products of Weathering: Importance of Biological Pumping, 10.1146/
  42. Lucas Y., Luizao F. J., Chauvel A., Rouiller J., Nahon D., The Relation Between Biological Activity of the Rain Forest and Mineral Composition of Soils, 10.1126/science.260.5107.521
  43. Madella M., Powers-Jones A.H., Jones M.K., A Simple Method of Extraction of Opal Phytoliths from Sediments Using a Non-Toxic Heavy Liquid, 10.1006/jasc.1997.0226
  44. , International Code for Phytolith Nomenclature 1.0, 10.1093/aob/mci172
  45. Mareschal L (2008) Effet des substitutions d’essences forestières sur l’évolution des sols et de leur mineralogie. Dissertation, Université Henri Poincarré, Nancy-I
  46. McKeague J.A., Cline. M.G., Silica in Soils, Advances in Agronomy (1963) ISBN:9780120007158 p.339-396, 10.1016/s0065-2113(08)60403-4
  47. Mehra OP, Jackson ML (1960) Iron oxides removal from soils and clays by dithionite–citrate system buffered with sodium bicarbonate. In Proc. 7th Natl. Conf. Clays Clay Minerals. Washington. pp 317–327
  48. Dominique Meunier Jean, Colin Fabrice, Alarcon Charles, Biogenic silica storage in soils, 10.1130/0091-7613(1999)027<0835:bssis>;2
  49. Mikutta Robert, Schaumann Gabriele E., Gildemeister Daniela, Bonneville Steeve, Kramer Marc G., Chorover Jon, Chadwick Oliver A., Guggenberger Georg, Biogeochemistry of mineral–organic associations across a long-term mineralogical soil gradient (0.3–4100kyr), Hawaiian Islands, 10.1016/j.gca.2008.12.028
  50. PARFITT R. L., Phosphate reactions with natural allophane, ferrihydrite and goethite, 10.1111/j.1365-2389.1989.tb01280.x
  51. Parr J.F., Sullivan L.A., Soil carbon sequestration in phytoliths, 10.1016/j.soilbio.2004.06.013
  52. Ranger J, Andreux F (2004) Effet des substitutions d’essence sur le fonctionnement organo-minéral de l’écosystème forestier, sur les communautés microbiennes et sur la diversité des communautés fongiques mycorhiziennes et saprophytes (cas du dispositif experimental de Breuil—Morvan). Rapport final du contrat INRA-GIP Ecofor 2001-24, n°INRA 1502A Nancy : INRA-Champenoux, Biogéochimie des écosystèmes forestiers, pp 1–202
  53. Saccone L., Conley D. J., Koning E., Sauer D., Sommer M., Kaczorek D., Blecker S. W., Kelly E. F., Assessing the extraction and quantification of amorphous silica in soils of forest and grassland ecosystems, 10.1111/j.1365-2389.2007.00949.x
  54. Saccone Loredana, Conley Daniel J., Likens Gene E., Bailey Scott W., Buso Donald C., Johnson Chris E., Factors that Control the Range and Variability of Amorphous Silica in Soils in the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest, 10.2136/sssaj2007.0117
  55. Sauer Daniela, Saccone Loredana, Conley Daniel J., Herrmann Ludger, Sommer Michael, Review of methodologies for extracting plant-available and amorphous Si from soils and aquatic sediments, 10.1007/s10533-005-5879-3
  56. Schwertmann U, Cornell RM (1991) Iron oxides in the laboratory. Preparation and characterization. VCH, Weinhein, p 204
  57. Sommer Michael, Kaczorek Danuta, Kuzyakov Yakov, Breuer Jörn, Silicon pools and fluxes in soils and landscapes—a review, 10.1002/jpln.200521981
  58. Struyf E., Opdekamp W., Backx H., Jacobs S., Conley D. J., Meire P., Vegetation and proximity to the river control amorphous silica storage in a riparian wetland (Biebrza National Park, Poland), 10.5194/bg-6-623-2009
  59. Torn Margaret S., Trumbore Susan E., Chadwick Oliver A., Vitousek Peter M., Hendricks David M., 10.1038/38260
  60. Tréguer Paul, Pondaven Philippe, Global change: Silica control of carbon dioxide, 10.1038/35019236
  61. Treguer P., Nelson D. M., Van Bennekom A. J., DeMaster D. J., Leynaert A., Queguiner B., The Silica Balance in the World Ocean: A Reestimate, 10.1126/science.268.5209.375
  62. Turpault M.-P., Trotignon L., The dissolution of biotite single crystals in dilute HNO3 at 24°C: Evidence of an anisotropic corrosion process of micas in acidic solutions, 10.1016/0016-7037(94)90112-0
  63. Van der Zee S, van Riemsdijk W (1986) Sorption kinetics and transport of phosphate in sandy soil. Geoderma 38:193–309
  64. Wada K (1989) Allophane and imogolite. In: Dixon JB, Weed SB (eds) Minerals in soil environments. Soil Science Society of America Book Series No. 1, Madison, pp 1051–1087
  65. Hans Wedepohl K., The composition of the continental crust, 10.1016/0016-7037(95)00038-2
  66. Wonisch H., Gérard F., Dietzel M., Jaffrain J., Nestroy O., Boudot J.-P., Occurrence of polymerized silicic acid and aluminum species in two forest soil solutions with different acidity, 10.1016/j.geoderma.2007.11.022
  67. Zhao Zhijun, Pearsall Deborah M., Experiments for Improving Phytolith Extraction from Soils, 10.1006/jasc.1997.0262