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Respiration in sugar beet in relation to mineral nutrition and soil moisture



Respiration in sugar beet in relation to mineral nutrition and soil moisture



Trudy Kirgizskogo Universiteta, Biologicheskikh Nauk (14): 34-36



In trials with sugar beet in Kirgizia, respiration intensity in leaves increased with increasing rates of applied N from 90 to 240 kg/ha and decreased by increasing soil-moisture contents from 60% of field capacity to 80%. Respiration intensity was low in the morning, increased gradually during daytime and decreased in the evening.

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