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Differences in the phosphorus uptake mechanisms of P-efficient buckwheat and P-responsive wheat



Differences in the phosphorus uptake mechanisms of P-efficient buckwheat and P-responsive wheat



Dissertation Abstracts International, B 44(5): 1299



Buckwheat Mancan and wheat Anza were grown in a variety of sol. culture systems with low or high levels of available P and were buffered against the effects of root exudates and ion uptake patterns. Buckwheat acidified a zero P all-nitrate Johnson sol., whereas with wheat the nutrient sol. was made more alkaline with or without added P.

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