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Relationship between the water supply and the nicotine content of tobacco leaves and its biochemical interpretation



Relationship between the water supply and the nicotine content of tobacco leaves and its biochemical interpretation



Botanikai Kozlemenyek 62(2): 113-116



In 3 tobacco grown in 1972, the leaf total alkaloid content increased as the water supply decreased.

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