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Phosphate deficiency responses of bean genotypes contrasting in their efficiency capacity to grow in low-phosphorus soils



Phosphate deficiency responses of bean genotypes contrasting in their efficiency capacity to grow in low-phosphorus soils



Agrociencia Montecillo 38(2): 131-139



In phosphorus (P)-deficient soils, crop yield is severely restricted. The main problem is that phosphate, the assimilable form of P, is found forming organic and inorganic compounds with elements in the soil, and is not available for assimilation by plants. Under P-deficient conditions, plants undergo morphological and biochemical modifications, some of which have been associated with adaptations for greater efficiency in the absorption or utilization of phosphate.

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