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A method of root growth study on seedlings. Some results using topsoil and subsoil (Research note)


, : A method of root growth study on seedlings. Some results using topsoil and subsoil (Research note). Bulletin of the Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute, Japan (346): 93-104

Data are given on the proportion of feeder and mycorrhizal roots at various depths, total N and P contents of feeder and mycorrhizal roots and growth of sugi seedlings with half their root systems in topsoil and half in subsoil. (With English captions and tables.).


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