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Element diversity in sunflower inbred lines

Helia 1989; ( 11): 35-40
Element diversity in sunflower inbred lines
In a study of genotypic diversity for content of N, P, K, Ca and Mg in plants of 20 lines of similar growth period, N and Ca contents were higher in the leaves than the stems and roots, while Mg content was higher in the stems than the leaves and roots. In many lines, P content was highest in the roots. A high degree of genotype specificity was found for content of individual mineral elements; in many cases the differences between inbreds were significant.

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