Per Bengtson
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Gross nitrogen mineralization-, immobilization-, and nitrification rates as a function of soil C/N ratio and microbial activity
G Bengtsson, P Bengtson, KF Månsson
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 35 (1), 143-154, 2003
3842003
Rapid turnover of DOC in temperate forests accounts for increased CO2 production at elevated temperatures
P Bengtson, G Bengtsson
Ecology letters 10 (9), 783-790, 2007
1852007
Evidence of a strong coupling between root exudation, C and N availability, and stimulated SOM decomposition caused by rhizosphere priming effects
P Bengtson, J Barker, SJ Grayston
Ecology and evolution 2 (8), 1843-1852, 2012
1462012
Regulation of decomposition and methane dynamics across natural, commercially mined, and restored northern peatlands
N Basiliko, C Blodau, C Roehm, P Bengtson, TR Moore
Ecosystems 10 (7), 1148-1165, 2007
1072007
Microbial regulation of global biogeochemical cycles
J Rousk, P Bengtson
Frontiers in microbiology 5, 103, 2014
762014
Spatial distributions of plants and gross N transformation rates in a forest soil
P Bengtson, U Falkengren-Grerup, G Bengtsson
Journal of Ecology, 754-764, 2006
662006
Archaeal ammonia oxidizers dominate in numbers, but bacteria drive gross nitrification in N-amended grassland soil
AE Sterngren, S Hallin, P Bengtson
Frontiers in microbiology 6, 1350, 2015
602015
13C incorporation into signature fatty acids as an assay for carbon allocation in arbuscular mycorrhiza
PA Olsson, IM Van Aarle, ME Gavito, P Bengtson, G Bengtsson
Applied and environmental microbiology 71 (5), 2592-2599, 2005
572005
Archaeal abundance across a pH gradient in an arable soil and its relationship to bacterial and fungal growth rates
P Bengtson, AE Sterngren, J Rousk
Applied and environmental microbiology 78 (16), 5906-5911, 2012
532012
Relieving substrate limitation‐soil moisture and temperature determine gross N transformation rates
P Bengtson, U Falkengren‐Grerup, G Bengtsson
Oikos 111 (1), 81-90, 2005
522005
Comparative toxicities of salts on microbial processes in soil
KM Rath, A Maheshwari, P Bengtson, J Rousk
Applied and environmental microbiology 82 (7), 2012-2020, 2016
512016
Spatial dependency of soil nutrient availability and microbial properties in a mixed forest of Tsuga heterophylla and Pseudotsuga menziesii, in coastal British Columbia, Canada
P Bengtson, N Basiliko, CE Prescott, SJ Grayston
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 39 (10), 2429-2435, 2007
502007
Possible role of reactive chlorine in microbial antagonism and organic matter chlorination in terrestrial environments
P Bengtson, D Bastviken, W De Boer, G Öberg
Environmental microbiology 11 (6), 1330-1339, 2009
492009
Bacterial immobilization and remineralization of N at different growth rates and N concentrations
P Bengtson, G Bengtsson
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 54 (1), 13-19, 2005
472005
Archaeal abundance in relation to root and fungal exudation rates
AE Karlsson, T Johansson, P Bengtson
FEMS microbiology ecology 80 (2), 305-311, 2012
402012
Links between methanotroph community composition and CH4 oxidation in a pine forest soil
P Bengtson, N Basiliko, MG Dumont, M Hills, JC Murrell, R Roy, ...
FEMS microbiology ecology 70 (3), 356-366, 2009
352009
Spatial variability of soil fungal and bacterial abundance: consequences for carbon turnover along a transition from a forested to clear-cut site
C Churchland, SJ Grayston, P Bengtson
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 63, 5-13, 2013
312013
Plant–microbial competition for nitrogen uncoupled from soil C: N ratios
K Månsson, P Bengtson, U Falkengren‐Grerup, G Bengtsson
Oikos 118 (12), 1908-1916, 2009
272009
Possible roles of reactive chlorine II: assessing biotic chlorination as a way for organisms to handle oxygen stress
P Bengtson, D Bastviken, G Öberg
Environmental microbiology 15 (4), 991-1000, 2013
212013
Enhanced priming of old, not new soil carbon at elevated atmospheric CO2
M Vestergård, S Reinsch, P Bengtson, P Ambus, S Christensen
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 100, 140-148, 2016
192016
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