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Effect of products from oxidative delignification of sapwood on the absorption activity of root systems

, : Effect of products from oxidative delignification of sapwood on the absorption activity of root systems. Vestnik Leningradskogo Universiteta Biologiya (1): 111-115

In vegetable experiments the effect of alkaline solution of cooked cellulose on the absorption capacity of maize root was studied. Aqueous solutions were the sources of N and K. The alkaline solution of Na had no effect on the absorbtion capacity of roots in comparison with Cnope's solution. N-alkaline solution, concentrated .apprx. 1:100 inhibited and K-alkaline solution stimulated the development of the roots.

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