Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science

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Edited By: H. Jungkunst, S. Schubert

Impact Factor: 2.102

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2016: 15/34 (Soil Science); 18/83 (Agronomy); 66/211 (Plant Sciences)

Online ISSN: 1522-2624


Virtual Issue: Advances in Phosphorus Research in Forest Ecosystems


Phosphorus in forest ecosystems: New insights from an ecosystem nutrition perspective

Friederike Lang*, Jürgen Bauhus, Emmanuel Frossard, Eckhard George, Klaus Kaiser, Martin Kaupenjohann, Jaane Krüger, Egbert Matzner, Andrea Polle, Jörg Prietzel, Heinz Rennenberg, Nicole Wellbrock

J. Plant Nutr. Soil Sci. 2016, 179, No. 2, 129–135 [Regular Article]

Dissolved and colloidal phosphorus fluxes in forest ecosystems—an almost blind spot in ecosystem research

Roland Bol, Dorit Julich, Dominik Brödlin, Jan Siemens, Klaus Kaiser, Michaela Anna Dippold, Sandra Spielvogel, Thomas Zilla, Daniela Mewes, Friedhelm von Blanckenburg, Heike Puhlmann, Stefan Holzmann, Markus Weiler, Wulf Amelung, Friederike Lang, Yakov Kuzyakov, Karl-Heinz Feger, Nina Gottselig, Erwin Klumpp, Anna Missong, Carola Winkelmann, David Uhlig, Jakob Sohrt, Klaus von Wilpert, Bei Wu*, Frank Hagedorn

J. Plant Nutr. Soil Sci. 2016, 179, No. 4, 425–438 [Review Article]

Mobilization of X-ray amorphous and crystalline aluminum and iron phosphates by common soil extraction procedures

Jörg Prietzel*

J. Plant Nutr. Soil Sci. 2017, 180, No. 1, 14–17 [Short Communication]

The importance of C, N and P as driver for bacterial community structure in German beech dominated forest soils

Fabian Bergkemper*, Gerhard Welzl, Friederike Lang, Jaane Krüger, Michael Schloter, Stefanie Schulz

J. Plant Nutr. Soil Sci. 2016, 179, No. 4, 472–480 [Regular Article]

Drying–rewetting cycles release phosphorus from forest soils

Mai-Van Dinh, Thilo Schramm, Marie Spohn*, Egbert Matzner

J. Plant Nutr. Soil Sci. 2016, 179, No. 5, 670–678 [Regular Article]

Impact of anthropogenic induced nitrogen input and liming on phosphorus leaching in forest soils

Stefan Holzmann*, Anna Missong, Heike Puhlmann, Jan Siemens, Roland Bol, Erwin Klumpp, Klaus von Wilpert

J. Plant Nutr. Soil Sci. 2016, 179, No. 4, 443–453 [Regular Article]

Phosphorus forms in forest soil colloids as revealed by liquid-state 31P-NMR

Anna Missong*, Roland Bol, Sabine Willbold, Jan Siemens, Erwin Klumpp

J. Plant Nutr. Soil Sci. 2016, 179, No. 2, 159–167 [Regular Article]

Drought effects on C, N, and P nutrition and the antioxidative system of beech seedlings depend on geographic origin

Florian Netzer*, Carolin Thöm, Nevenka Celepirovic, Mladen Ivankovic, Saleh Alfarraj, Aikaterini Dounavi, Judy Simon, Cornelia Herschbach, Heinz Rennenberg

J. Plant Nutr. Soil Sci. 2016, 179, No. 2, 136–150 [Regular Article]

Speciation of phosphorus in temperate zone forest soils as assessed by combined wet-chemical fractionation and XANES spectroscopy

Jörg Prietzel*, Wantana Klysubun, Florian Werner

J. Plant Nutr. Soil Sci. 2016, 179, No. 2, 168–185 [Regular Article]

Phenology, photosynthesis, and phosphorus in European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) in two forest soils with contrasting P contents

Nan Yang, Aljoša Zavišić, Rodica Pena, Andrea Polle*

J. Plant Nutr. Soil Sci. 2016, 179, No. 2, 151–158 [Regular Article]

Assessment of diffusive phosphate supply in soils by microdialysis

Dominic Demand, Helmer Schack-Kirchner*, Friederike Lang

J. Plant Nutr. Soil Sci. 10.1002/jpln.201600412 [Regular Article]

Phosphorus fractions in preferential flow pathways and soil matrix in hillslope soils in the Thuringian Forest (Central Germany)

Dorit Julich*, Stefan Julich, Karl-Heinz Feger

J. Plant Nutr. Soil Sci. 10.1002/jpln.201600305 [Regular Article]

Virtual Issue: 90 years of JPNSS



Read these articles for free and get valuable information. In 2012 our journal celebrated its 90th anniversary. This occasion marks an outstanding and successful tradition of academic publishing – as a result of the conceptual partnership with the German Soil Science Society (DBG), the German Society of Plant Nutrition (DGP), and the publisher Wiley-VCH (Verlag Chemie, Wiley-Blackwell). Over the years, the name of the journal has been subject to various changes. This mirrors historical developments not only in its scientific focus but also in the readership as reflected in the publication language. This virtual issue represents a compilation of 20 papers that mark ‘highlights’ of research in our disciplines. Even though the selection may be somewhat subjective, it provides an insight into the journal’s impressive performance over 90 years.



Editorial: 90 years of Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science (JPNSS). J. Plant Nutr. Soil Sci. 175, 3.
Feger, K.H., Schubert, F. (2012)

Über Wesen und Bedeutung der Bodenazidität. Z. Pflanzenernähr. Düng. 3, 209-218.
Kappen, H. (1924)

Zur Frage der Wasserlöslichkeit der Phosphorsäure in Kalziumphosphaten. Z. Pflanzenernähr. Düng. Bodenkd. 19, 309–3.
Kleberger, W. (1931)

Weitere Untersuchungen über die Bestimmung des Kalkbedarfs. Bodenkd. Pflanzenernähr. 25, 37-57.
Schachtschabel, P. (1941)

Bodentypus und Bodensystematik. Z. Pflanzenern. Düng. Bodenkd. 87, 97-108.
Laatsch, W., Schlichting, E. (1959)

Die fraktionierte Extraktion der freien Eisenoxyde in Böden, ihre mineralogischen Formen und ihre Entstehungsweisen. Z. Pflanzenern. Düng. Bodenkd. 84, 194-204.
Schwertmann, U. (1959)

Die Eiweißqualität von Körnern verschiedener Getreidearten in Abhängigkeit von Stickstoffversorgung und Entwicklungszustand. Z. Pflanzenernähr. Düng. Bodenkd. 92, 106–116.
Michael, G., Blume, B., Faust, H. (1961)

Bodenstickstoff und seine Abhängigkeit von Zustandsfaktoren. Z. Pflanzenern. Düng. Bodenkd. 109, 97-112.
Jenny, H. (1965)

Grenzwerte der Nährelementgehalte in Pflanzen und ihre Auswertung zur Ermittlung des Düngerbedarfs. Z. Pflanzenernähr. Bodenkd. 119, 197–208.
Finck, A. (1968)

Die Alkalität der Pflanzenasche als Maß für den Kationenüberschuß in der Pflanze. Z. Pflanzenernähr. Bodenkd. 120, 99–105.
Jungk, A. (1968)

Die CAL-Methode, eine neue Methode zur Bestimmung des pflanzenverfügbaren Phosphates in Böden. Z. Pflanzenernähr. Bodenkd. 123, 48–63.
Schüller, H. (1969)

Der Einfluß der Kaliumkonzentration der ‘Bodenlösung’ auf den Ertrag, den Wasserverbrauch und die K-Aufnahmearten von Zuckerrüben (Beta vulgaris ssp. esculenta var. altissima). Z. Pflanzenernähr. Bodenkd. 134, 148–156.
Mengel, K., Forster, H. (1973)

Dicyandiamidabbau in Quarzsand und Böden. Z. Pflanzenernähr. Bodenkd. 142, 778–785.
Amberger, A., Vilsmeier, K. (1979)

Natural and anthropogenic components of soil acidification. Z. Pflanzenernähr. Bodenkd. 149, 702-717.
Ulrich, B. (1986)

Heavy metal species, mobility and availability in soils. Z. Pflanzenernähr. Bodenkd. 149, 382-398.
Brümmer, G., Gerth, J., Herms, U. (1986)

A concept of soil compaction. Z. Pflanzenernähr. Bodenkd. 149, 361-370.
Hartge, K.H. (1986)

Root-induced changes in the rhizosphere: Importance for the mineral nutrition of plants. Z. Pflanzenernähr. Bodenkd. 149, 441–456.
Marschner, H., Römheld, V., Horst, W. J., Martin, P. (1986)

The Nmin-method – an aid to integrating various objectives of nitrogen fertilization. Z. Pflanzenernähr. Bodenkd. 149, 428–440.
Scharpf, H. C. (1986)

Dust characteristics and source-sink relations in Eastern West Africa (SW-Niger and Benin) and South America (Argentinean Pampas). Z. Pflanzenernähr. Bodenkd. 161, 357-363.
Ramsperger, B., Herrmann, L., Stahr, K. (1998)

Boron in plants and animals: Is there a role beyond cell-wall structure? J. Plant Nutr. Soil Sci. 170, 39–48.
Goldbach, H. E., Wimmer, M. A. (2007)

Organo-mineral associations in temperate soils: Integrating biology, mineralogy, and organic matter chemistry. J. Plant Nutr. Soil Sci. 171, 61- 82.
Kögel-Knabner, I., Guggenberger, L., Kleber, M., Kandeler, E. Kalbitz, K., Scheu, S., Eusterhues, K., Leinweber, P. (2008)


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