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Carbon-nutrient balance hypothesis on plant defense


Carbon-nutrient balance hypothesis on plant defense



Shengtaixue Zazhi 25(4): 449-455



Carbon-nutrient balance hypothesis (CNBH) consists of the ideas that the concentration of secondary metabolites in plant tissues is determined by the availabilities of carbon and-other nutrients in environment, the allocation of defensive compounds in plant, tissues is dependent on basic stoichiometric requirements, And the preequisite of resources allocation to defensive compounds is the excess of resources in satisfying plant growth.

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