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2018 Vol.26 Issue 10
Published 20 October 2018

Soil fauna is not only an important component of ecosystem but also the important resource, plays a critical role in sustainable utilization of vegetation and soils. Earthworm is one of the most important soil fauna groups, its impacts on nutrient cycling and plant growth are frontiers in ecology and sustainability science. Millipedes could determine the litter decomposition process largely through comminution and gut transformation, and plays indispensable role in carbon and nutrient cycling. However, the ecological function of millipedes is understudied and deserves more attention in the future. (Photos of millipedes were taken by Leilei Shi, and photos of earthworms taken by Yan Dong and Jibao Jiang)

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Orignal Article
1031  Shenglei Fu
Strengthening the research on soil fauna diversity and their ecological functions using novel technology and field experimental facility
2018 Vol. 26 (10): 1031-1033 [Abstract] ( 81 ) RICH HTML [PDF 347KB] ( 175 )
1034  Meixiang Gao, Lin Lin, Liang Chang, Xin Sun, Dong Liu, Donghui Wu
Spatial patterns and assembly rules in soil fauna communities: A review
2018 Vol. 26 (10): 1034-1050 [Abstract] ( 37 ) RICH HTML [PDF 1190KB] ( 79 )
1051  Mengru Wang, Shenglei Fu, Haixiang Xu, Meina Wang, Leilei Shi
Ecological functions of millipedes in the terrestrial ecosystem
2018 Vol. 26 (10): 1051-1059 [Abstract] ( 32 ) RICH HTML [PDF 920KB] ( 75 )
1060  Xiaoke Zhang, Wenju Liang, Qi Li
Recent progress and future directions of soil nematode ecology in China
2018 Vol. 26 (10): 1060-1073 [Abstract] ( 139 ) RICH HTML [PDF 1073KB] ( 92 )
1074  Jibao Jiang, Jiangping Qiu
Origin and evolution of earthworms belonging to the family Megascolecidae in China
2018 Vol. 26 (10): 1074-1082 [Abstract] ( 39 ) RICH HTML [PDF 2866KB] ( 85 )
1083  Xiuqin Yin, Yan Tao, Haixia Wang, Chen Ma, Xinchang Kou, Huan Xu, Dong Cui
Forest soil fauna ecology in Northeast China: Review and prospect
2018 Vol. 26 (10): 1083-1090 [Abstract] ( 32 ) RICH HTML [PDF 658KB] ( 61 )
1091  Chi Zhang, Bo Zhou, Jialong Wu, Meirong Lv, Xufei Chen, Zhongyou Yuan, Ling Xiao, Jun Dai
Application of earthworms on soil remediation in southern China
2018 Vol. 26 (10): 1091-1102 [Abstract] ( 33 ) RICH HTML [PDF 1089KB] ( 64 )
1103  Yanmeng Bi, Zhenjun Sun
Mechanisms of earthworms to alleviate continuous cropping obstacles through regulating soil microecology
2018 Vol. 26 (10): 1103-1115 [Abstract] ( 33 ) RICH HTML [PDF 2366KB] ( 81 )
1116  Jiliang Liu, Fengrui Li
Effects of oasis expansion regimes on ecosystem function and dominant functional groups of soil biota in arid regions
2018 Vol. 26 (10): 1116-1126 [Abstract] ( 109 ) RICH HTML [PDF 1196KB] ( 108 )
1127  Yining Wu, He Wang, Haixiu Zhong, Nan Xu, Jinbo Li, Jifeng Wang, Hongwei Ni, Hongfei Zou
The response of diverse soil fauna communities to elevated CO2 concentrations in Sanjiang Plain
2018 Vol. 26 (10): 1127-1132 [Abstract] ( 87 ) RICH HTML [PDF 762KB] ( 65 )
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