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Nutrio-physioiogical studies on low-temperature damaged rice plants. 3. Effects of soil and air temperature or day and night temperature treatments on growth and nutrient uptake of rice plants at the highest tillering stage.



Nutrio-physioiogical studies on low-temperature damaged rice plants. 3. Effects of soil and air temperature or day and night temperature treatments on growth and nutrient uptake of rice plants at the highest tillering stage.



J. Sci. Soil Tokyo. 34: 150-154



Growth of tops of rice plants was promoted by high temperature on the growing point of the tops even if the roots were exposed to low temperature. Uptake of each nutrient (except Mn) was inhibited by low root temperature.

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