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Changes in the contents of protein and free amino acids in the grain of barley and winter wheat under the effect of different forms of nitrogen and phosphorus



Changes in the contents of protein and free amino acids in the grain of barley and winter wheat under the effect of different forms of nitrogen and phosphorus



Doklady VASKhNIL (5): 8-11



In field trials in Lithuanian SSR, the contents of protein in the grain of barley and winter wheat were higher in plants fertilized with urea forms of N than with ammonium nitrate. Urea also increased the total content of important free amino acids in the grain, especially of barley.

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