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Nutrient translocation pattern and accumulation of free amino acids in rice coleoptile elongation under anoxia


, : Nutrient translocation pattern and accumulation of free amino acids in rice coleoptile elongation under anoxia. Physiologia Plantarum 61(2): 203-208

Comparing nutrient translocation to rice shoots during anoxia with the aerobic situation, it was found that anoxia reduced translocation of K, P, Mg and Ca with progressive intensity; Ca translocation was practically zero in the absence of oxygen.

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Accession: 001228211

DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1984.tb05897.x

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