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Physiological adaptability to intercropping


Cultura do feijoeiro: fatores que afetam a produtividade: 375-395
Physiological adaptability to intercropping
The high adaptability of Phaseolus vulgaris to light stress is reviewed. The low light-saturation point, reduced respiration rate, lower compensation point, increased leaf area and increased photosynthetic rate per unit of leaf area and light energy of P. vulgaris under light stress make it suitable for intercropping.


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