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Reuter, Hendrik; Gensel, Julia; Elvert, Marcus; Zak, Dominik (2019): CuO lignin, and bulk decomposition data of a 75-day anoxic Phragmites australis litter decomposition experiment in soil substrates from three northeast German wetlands. PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.902176, In: Reuter, H et al. (2019): FTIR, CuO lignin, and bulk decomposition data of a 75-day anoxic Phragmites australis litter decomposition experiment in soil substrates from three northeast German wetlands. PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.902181

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Abstract:
Leaf and rhizome litter was anaerobically decomposed in the soil substrates of three NE_German wetlands. The decomposition time was 75 days. Leaf litter from all sites was decomposed in all substrates, rhizome litter only in its home substrate. The decomposition experiment was done in the laboratory at room temperature by placing litterbags at the bottom of polyethylene containers (80 x 60 x 43 cm) filled with the specific soil substrates. The dataset contains litter CN-data, determined with an elemental analyzer, mass loss data, determined gravimetrically, data on the peak intensity of the proteinaceous bands Amide I and Amide II, determined via peak fitting of the vector normalized FTIR spectra (Origin Peak Analyzer), the increase of the asymmetric phosphodiester band due to litter decomposition, determined as the peak height of the second derivative difference spectra at 1220 cm-1, as well as, lignin phenol concentrations, determined by gas chromatography mass spectrometry after alkaline CuO oxidation of litter and soil substrates.
Supplement to:
Reuter, Hendrik; Gensel, Julia; Elvert, Marcus; Zak, Dominik (2020): Evidence for preferential protein depolymerization in wetland soils in response to external nitrogen availability provided by a novel FTIR routine. Biogeosciences, 17(2), 499-514, https://doi.org/10.5194/bg-17-499-2020
Coverage:
Median Latitude: 52.232367 * Median Longitude: 13.466300 * South-bound Latitude: 52.161700 * West-bound Longitude: 13.094100 * North-bound Latitude: 52.327300 * East-bound Longitude: 13.727400
Date/Time Start: 2012-12-01T00:00:00 * Date/Time End: 2013-06-01T00:00:00
Event(s):
Kablow_Ziegelei (Kablow Ziegelei) * Latitude: 52.325708 * Longitude: 13.721822 * Method/Device: Multiple investigations (MULT)
Stangenhagen_2013 (Stangenhagen) * Latitude: 52.204294 * Longitude: 13.091846 * Method/Device: Multiple investigations (MULT)
Toepchin_Sued (Toepchin_Süd) * Latitude: 52.161700 * Longitude: 13.577400 * Method/Device: Multiple investigations (MULT)
Parameter(s):
#NameShort NameUnitPrincipal InvestigatorMethod/DeviceComment
1Event labelEventReuter, Hendrik
2Sample code/labelSample labelReuter, Hendrik
3LATITUDELatitudeReuter, HendrikGeocode
4LONGITUDELongitudeReuter, HendrikGeocode
5TissuesTissuesReuter, Hendrik
6DATE/TIMEDate/TimeReuter, HendrikGeocode
7LocationLocationReuter, HendrikOrigin
8LocationLocationReuter, HendrikDecomposition Substrate
9Carbon, totalTC%Reuter, HendrikElemental analyser[%dw]
10Nitrogen, totalTN%Reuter, HendrikElemental analyser[%dw]
11LossLoss%Reuter, HendrikLitter Mass Loss [%]
12Amide I, peak integralAmide Iarbitrary unitsReuter, HendrikLignin analysis by alkaline CuO oxidation
13Amide II, peak integralAmide IIarbitrary unitsReuter, HendrikLignin analysis by alkaline CuO oxidation
14DNA signal, increaseDNA increasearbitrary unitsReuter, HendrikLignin analysis by alkaline CuO oxidationIncrease(vₐₛ(PO⁻²)) [a.u.]
15p-HydroxybenzaldehydePALmg/gReuter, HendrikLignin analysis by alkaline CuO oxidationPAL [mg/g dw]
16p-HydroxyacetophenonePONmg/gReuter, HendrikLignin analysis by alkaline CuO oxidationPON [mg/g dw]
17p-Hydroxybenzoic acidPADmg/gReuter, HendrikLignin analysis by alkaline CuO oxidationPAD [mg/g dw]
18VanillinVAmg/gReuter, HendrikLignin analysis by alkaline CuO oxidationVAL [mg/g dw]
19AcetovanilloneC9H10O3mg/gReuter, HendrikLignin analysis by alkaline CuO oxidationVON [mg/g dw]
20Vanillic acidVADmg/gReuter, HendrikLignin analysis by alkaline CuO oxidationVAD [mg/g dw]
21SyringaldehydeSALmg/gReuter, HendrikLignin analysis by alkaline CuO oxidationSAL [mg/g dw]
22AcetosyringoneSONmg/gReuter, HendrikLignin analysis by alkaline CuO oxidationSON [mg/g dw]
23Syringic acidSADmg/gReuter, HendrikLignin analysis by alkaline CuO oxidationSAD [mg/g dw]
243,5-Dihydroxybenzoic acidDiOHBAmg/gReuter, HendrikLignin analysis by alkaline CuO oxidationDiOHBA [mg/g dw]
25Coumaric acidC9H8O3mg/gReuter, HendrikLignin analysis by alkaline CuO oxidationCAD [mg/g dw]
26Ferulic acidC10H10O4mg/gReuter, HendrikLignin analysis by alkaline CuO oxidationFAD [mg/g dw]
Size:
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