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Variations in the content of substances with a high molecular weight in rooted leaves under differential light regime



Variations in the content of substances with a high molecular weight in rooted leaves under differential light regime



Fiziologiya Rastenii 29(3): 517-523



Studies were carried out with long day (Nicotiana tabacum) and short day plants (Chrysanthemum indicum and Perilla nankinensis) kept under short (8h) or long (16-h) days. Plant dry weight, and the contents of chlorophyll, different N and P forms, and carbohydrates were determined. The data are tabulated.

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