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Response of phosphorus metabolism in wheat grains during storage to the residual effect of biologically active compounds



Response of phosphorus metabolism in wheat grains during storage to the residual effect of biologically active compounds



Izvestiya Estestvennogo Instituta pri Permskom Universitete 15(2): 143-149



Application of magnesium chlorate to wheat increased P metabolism in the resulting grain during storage; application of phenylhydrazide of dibutylglycollic acid decreased it.

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