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Absorption and utilization of nitrate-nitrogen during vegetative growth by Illinois high-protein and low-protein maize



Absorption and utilization of nitrate-nitrogen during vegetative growth by Illinois high-protein and low-protein maize



J. Amer. Soc. Agron, 30: 232-243



With low levels of nitrogen supply in soil high- and low-protein plants contained the same percentage of nitrogen. Moderate applications of N had little effect on the low-protein types, but markedly increased the N content of high-protein types.

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