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Differential tolerance of tomato strains to maintained and deficient levels of phosphorus



Differential tolerance of tomato strains to maintained and deficient levels of phosphorus



Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 110(2): 140-144



Seven strains with similar growth rates under adequate P availability differed in dry matter accumulation by up to 73% when grown under P deficiency in sand culture. The rate of P uptake per unit of root weight or length was a primary factor in strain capacity to acquire P under low-P stress. Variation in efficiency of internal P use also contributed to differential tolerance of P deficiency.

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