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Microbial networks in control of greenhouse gases emissions in biobased agriculture - MiniBag


Soils are considered principally non-renewable resources. Soil ecosystem services have a large impact on numerous societal demands and are of high economic importance. Within the area of sustainable agriculture, it is expected that agricultural production will increasingly rely on the natural nutrient retention and recycling capabilities of soil. The project described here seeks to provide a fundamental scientific understanding of soil functioning and the resulting ecosystem services in Brazilian and Dutch bio-economies based on innovative microbial ecology and soil science studies. Focus will be in sugarcane and maize crops production systems by linking soil-bome microbial composition and functioning, waste residues recycling, fertilizers, soil factors and greenhouse gases (GHG) emissions through integrating and complementing the strong expertise of Brazilian and Dutch researchers frorn different areas of agronomy, soil sciences, plant nutrition, biogeochemistry, soil ecology, microbial ecology, ecological genomics, molecular ecology and bioinformatics. ln Brazil, we will quantify the microbial functional groups and microbial abundance of C and N cycle genes and measure GHG emissions (CO2, CH4 and N2O) from soils during the productive cycle ofthe plant under different management practices and verify the temporal and spatial variability of these emissions in the evaluated treatments with different concentrations of sugarcane vinasse residue combined with N mineral fertilizers in combination with straw additions, and determine the conditions under which such GHG emissions can be counteracted, or minimized most. In Netherlands, we will focus on the rules of microbial functional groups, microbial N and C genes, organic matter content/type, GHGs emissions and soil factors on soil quality. The results contribute to Topsectors Agro-food, Horticulture and Bioenergy. The proposed project will also enhance fundamental scientific understanding of the interactive role of the microbial networks operating in soil and the consequences of bio-based agricultural management practices for the functioning of soil systems. (AU)

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CIPRIANO, MATHEUS A. P.; SULEIMAN, AFNAN K. A.; DA SILVEIRA, ADRIANA P. D.; DO CARMO, JANAINA B.; KURAMAE, EIKO E.. Bacterial community composition and diversity of two different forms of an organic residue of bioenergy crop. PeerJ, v. 7, . (13/50365-5, 13/50940-0)
LOURENCO, KESIA SILVA; ROSSETTO, RAFFAELLA; VITTI, ANDRE CESAR; MONTEZANO, ZAQUEU FERNANDO; SOARES, JOHNNY RODRIGUES; SOUSA, RAFAEL DE MELO; DO CARMO, JANAINA BRAGA; KURAMAE, EIKO EURYA; CANTARELLA, HEITOR. Strategies to mitigate the nitrous oxide emissions from nitrogen fertilizer applied with organic fertilizers in sugarcane. Science of The Total Environment, v. 650, n. 1, p. 1476-1486, . (14/24141-5, 13/12716-0, 13/50365-5)
LOURENCO, KESIA SILVA; SULEIMAN, AFNAN K. A.; PIJL, A.; VAN VEEN, J. A.; CANTARELLA, H.; KURAMAE, E. E.. Resilience of the resident soil microbiome to organic and inorganic amendment disturbances and to temporary bacterial invasion. MICROBIOME, v. 6, . (13/50365-5, 14/24141-5, 13/12716-0)
LOURENCO, KESIA SILVA; CANTARELLA, HEITOR; SOARES, JOHNNY RODRIGUES; GONZAGA, LEANDRO CAROLINO; DE CAMPOS MENEGALE, PAULA LEITE. DMPP mitigates N2O emissions from nitrogen fertilizer applied with concentrated and standard vinasse. Geoderma, v. 404, . (18/20698-6, 13/50365-5, 18/20793-9, 13/12716-0)
LOURENCO, KESIA SILVA; SULEIMAN, AFNAN KHALIL AHMAD; PIJL, AGATA; CANTARELLA, HEITOR; KURAMAE, EIKO EURYA. Dynamics and resilience of soil mycobiome under multiple organic and inorganic pulse disturbances. Science of The Total Environment, v. 733, . (13/50365-5, 14/24141-5, 18/20698-6)
PITOMBO, LEONARDO M.; DO CARMO, JANAINA B.; DE HOLLANDER, MATTIAS; ROSSETTO, RAFFAELLA; LOPEZ, MARYEIMY V.; CANTARELLA, HEITOR; KURAMAE, EIKO E.. Exploring soil microbial 16S rRNA sequence data to increase carbon yield and nitrogen efficiency of a bioenergy crop. Global Change Biology Bioenergy, v. 8, n. 5, p. 867-879, . (12/50694-6, 13/50365-5)
SOARES, JOHNNY R.; CASSMAN, NORIKO A.; KIELAK, ANNA M.; PIJL, AGATA; CARMO, JANAINA B.; LOURENCO, KESIA S.; LAANBROEK, HENDRIKUS J.; CANTARELLA, HEITOR; KURAMAE, EIKO E.. Nitrous oxide emission related to ammonia-oxidizing bacteria and mitigation options from N fertilization in a tropical soil. SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, v. 6, . (08/56147-1, 13/50365-5)
LUCHETA, ADRIANO REIS; DE SOUZA CANNAVAN, FABIANA; TSAI, SIU MUI; KURAMAE, EIKO EURYA. Amazonian Dark Earth and Its Black Carbon Particles Harbor Different Fungal Abundance and Diversity. Pedosphere, v. 27, n. 5, SI, p. 832-845, . (13/50365-5)
LOURENCO, KESIA S.; DIMITROV, MAURICIO R.; PIJL, AGATA; SOARES, JOHNNY R.; DO CARMO, JANAINA B.; VAN VEEN, JOHANNES A.; CANTARELLA, HEITOR; KURAMAE, EIKO E.. Dominance of bacterial ammonium oxidizers and fungal denitrifiers in the complex nitrogen cycle pathways related to nitrous oxide emission. Global Change Biology Bioenergy, v. 10, n. 9, p. 645-660, . (13/50365-5, 14/24141-5, 13/12716-0)
CASSMAN, NORIKO A.; SOARES, JOHNNY R.; PIJL, AGATA; LOURENCO, KESIA S.; VAN VEEN, JOHANNES A.; CANTARELLA, HEITOR; KURAMAE, EIKO E.. Nitrification inhibitors effectively target N2O-producing Nitrosospira spp. in tropical soil. ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY, v. 21, n. 4, p. 1241-1254, . (13/50365-5)
LUCHETA, ADRIANO REIS; CANNAVAN, FABIANA DE SOUZA; WURDIG ROESCH, LUIZ FERNANDO; TSAI, SIU MUI; KURAMAE, EIKO EURYA. Fungal Community Assembly in the Amazonian Dark Earth. MICROBIAL ECOLOGY, v. 71, n. 4, p. 962-973, . (11/50914-3, 13/50365-5)
LOURENCO, KESIA S.; CASSMAN, NORIKO A.; PIJL, AGATA S.; VAN VEEN, JOHANNES A.; CANTARELLA, HEITOR; KURAMAE, EIKO E.. Nitrosospira sp Govern Nitrous Oxide Emissions in a Tropical Soil Amended With Residues of Bioenergy Crop. FRONTIERS IN MICROBIOLOGY, v. 9, . (13/50365-5, 14/24141-5, 13/12716-0)
CANTARELLA, HEITOR; OTTO, RAFAEL; SOARES, JOHNNY RODRIGUES; DE BRITO SILVA, AIJANIO GOMES. Agronomic efficiency of NBPT as a urease inhibitor: A review. JOURNAL OF ADVANCED RESEARCH, v. 13, n. SI, p. 19-27, . (14/05591-0, 15/50305-8, 14/26767-9, 16/08741-8, 13/50365-5)
CASSMAN, NORIKO A.; LOURENCO, KESIA S.; DO CARMO, JANAINA B.; CANTARELLA, HEITOR; KURAMAE, EIKO E.. Genome-resolved metagenomics of sugarcane vinasse bacteria. BIOTECHNOLOGY FOR BIOFUELS, v. 11, . (13/50365-5, 14/24141-5, 13/12716-0)

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