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Studies on nucleic acid and protein metabolism in roots relating to low temperature-tolerant elongation ability of figleaf gourd for root stock



Studies on nucleic acid and protein metabolism in roots relating to low temperature-tolerant elongation ability of figleaf gourd for root stock



Bulletin of the Akita Prefectural College of Agriculture ( 24): 29-62



Changes in the growth and nucleic acid and protein metabolism in roots were examined using figleaf gourd (Cucurbita ficifolia) and cucumber Suyo that grew at root zone temperatures of 12, 14, 18 and 23 degrees C. The fresh weight of figleaf gourd roots increased at temperature was lowered to 14 degrees and then decreased at 12 degrees , whereas cucumber roots grew best at 23 degrees and declined as temperatures were decreased.

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