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Assimilation by plants of ammonium nitrogen from the air



Assimilation by plants of ammonium nitrogen from the air



Vestnik Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Nauki, Moscow, USSR (7): 65-71



The quantitative characteristics of absorption and assimilation of ammonium N from the air in relation to changes in PAR and distribution of the assimilated N in different organs of maize and wheat plants were studied using 15N. There was a direct correlation between the intensity of ammonia absorption from air and the intensity of PAR influx. The PAR influx ranged from 0 to 80 J/cmsuperscript 2 h.

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