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Respiratory rate, cation exchange capacity and chlorophyll content in japonica, indica rices and their crosses



Respiratory rate, cation exchange capacity and chlorophyll content in japonica, indica rices and their crosses



Madras Agricultural Journal 60(9/12): 1189-1192



Differences between japonica rice Norin-1, indica Co.29 and Padma and indica X japonica ADT.27 were negligible for respiration rate and small for cation exchange capacity of roots. In all cultivars, leaf chlorophyll-a and -b contents were the highest at 15 and 45 days, respectively, after sowing.

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