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A comparative study of water transpiration and the uptake and metabolism of 14phorate by C3 and C4 plants



A comparative study of water transpiration and the uptake and metabolism of 14phorate by C3 and C4 plants



Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 29(4): 733-738



C3 plants (Atriplex patula, oats, peas, barley, wheat) transpired 2.5 times more water and took up twice as much 14[C]phorate residues from soil as did C4 plants (Atriplex rosea, corn, sorghum, millet), indicating a correlation between water transpired and uptake of radiocarbon. Both corn and oat placed in a water-saturated closed environment transpired less water and took up less 14[C]phorate residues than plants grown in open systems; oats showed greater transpiration and insecticide uptake than corn. Greater amounts of water-soluble and smaller amounts of benzene-soluble radiocarbon were recovered from C3 plants than from C4 plants.

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