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Carbohydrate partitioning and the capacity of apparent nitrogen fixation of soybean plants grown outdoors

Carbohydrate partitioning and the capacity of apparent nitrogen fixation of soybean plants grown outdoors

Plant Physiology 81(1): 280-284

Soyabean plants grown in pots outdoors maintained constant levels of leaf soluble sugars while starch levels varied diurnally. The plants maintained constant rates of apparent N2 fixation and root plus nodule respiration, both when the root temp. was kept at 25 degrees C and the shoot temp. allowed to vary with the ambient temp., and when the whole plant was kept at 25 degrees.

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DOI: 10.1104/pp.81.1.280

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