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Wheat root morphology, root anatomy, and hydraulic conductivity as affected by temperature


Dissertation Abstracts International B, Sciences and Engineering 52(5): 2358B
Wheat root morphology, root anatomy, and hydraulic conductivity as affected by temperature
Winter wheat Newton was grown at constant air temperatures of 10, 20, 25 and 30 degrees C. Three plants from each temperature were randomly harvested daily beginning at 4 after sowing for 30 d. A temperature of 30 degrees restricted formation of seminal root axes; 10 degrees inhibited production of crown root axes. Length and DW of wheat roots increased as temperature increased from 10 to 25 degrees , than declined at 30 degrees.


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