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Humic acids. XV. The effect of thymohydroquinone as model substance of humic matter on the carbohydrate metabolism in cereals.



Humic acids. XV. The effect of thymohydroquinone as model substance of humic matter on the carbohydrate metabolism in cereals.



Z. PflErnahr. Dung 76: 193-200



Treatment of oats and rye in pots and water culture with relatively high concentrations of thymohydroquinone (e.g. 1.5 x 10-3 mol as against 1.5 x 10-5 mol) resulted in an accumulation of reducing sugars and increase in carbonyl compounds in the seedlings.

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