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Effects of watering following a drought period on nitrogen metabolism of cut Iris germanica flowers

, : Effects of watering following a drought period on nitrogen metabolism of cut Iris germanica flowers. Acta Horticulturae (41): 13-21

Flag iris flowers, cut when the terminal flower had reached the "open bud" stage, were given all or part of the following treatments: immersion of stems for 1 h in a 3H-leucine solution, followed by dry storage at 23 deg C + 40% RH for 24 h, followed by 2 h in a 14C-leucine solution, then immersion in water for 22 h at either 1 deg or 23 deg C. The period of water stress resulted in a fall in the protein content.

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