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Short- and long-term effects of a change in the spatial distribution of nitrate in the root zone on N uptake, growth and root development of young lettuce plants



Short- and long-term effects of a change in the spatial distribution of nitrate in the root zone on N uptake, growth and root development of young lettuce plants



Plant, Cell and Environment 14(1): 21-33



The effects of a change in the distribution of nitrate within the root zone on N uptake and growth were studied using young lettuce plants after reducing the proportion of their root systems supplied with nitrate from 100 to about 10% in split-root experiments in the glasshouse.

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DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-3040.1991.tb01368.x


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