litterbag

lit·ter·bag

 (lĭt′ər-băg′)
n.
A bag used, as in an automobile, for disposal of trash.
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litterbag

(ˈlɪtəˌbæɡ)
n
a bag for putting rubbish in
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lit•ter•bag

(ˈlɪt ərˌbæg)

n.
a small bag for trash.
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Senior Researcher Semyon Bryanin from Russian Academy of Science and Kobayashi performed field litterbag experiments over 515 days, incubating fine larch roots with varying concentrations of charcoal in the soil.
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A litterbag experiment with needles from the nine sites is necessary to determine if the N concentration in the Douglas-fir needles influenced their decomposition rates.
Methods for collecting and sorting specimens include litterbag sampling and berlese funnel extraction.
- The effect of fertilization on the rate of decomposition and nutrient mineralization of leaf litter was evaluated with a litterbag experiment conducted in the mid-age stands.
Data from FFG biomass (mg DM per litterbag of collectors, shredders, and predators) from both streams were pooled since we did not find significant differences between the streams (P > 0.05) and were compared between leaf types using one-way RM ANOVA.