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Effects of water deficiency on the content of carbon and nitrogen in cotton plants during flowering and boll setting


, : Effects of water deficiency on the content of carbon and nitrogen in cotton plants during flowering and boll setting. Plant Physiology Communications 27(3): 194-196

Water stress (40% maximum soil water capacity) at flowering and boll setting decreased photosynthesis and assimilate translocation and metabolism in cotton Qinmian 1.

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