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Attempt to model energy use in roots. Application to the effect of root temperature in seedlings of two maize hybrids



Attempt to model energy use in roots. Application to the effect of root temperature in seedlings of two maize hybrids



Agronomie 6(4): 401-407



The 2 single hybrids were respectively a flint type tolerant to normal low spring temperatures in the field and a cold-susceptible dent type. Both were grown in a nutrient solution at temperatures between 10 and 25 degrees C.

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