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Integrated analysis of nitrogen status in cucumber plants grown in solutions of different ionic strength



Integrated analysis of nitrogen status in cucumber plants grown in solutions of different ionic strength



Acta Horticulturae ( 396): 153-160



Cucumber Changjuk plants were grown in plastic pots containing 20 litres of aerated Cooper's nutrient solution up to the 6- to 7-leaf stage, then transferred to a modified nutrient film technique (NFT) containing either 1/4- (to induce N deficiency) or full-strength Cooper's nutrient solution. The nitrate concentration in petiole sap, in vivo nitrate reductase activity (NRA) and total nitrogen content of the leaf lamina were determined at different leaf positions on the plant.

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