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Studies on the varietal adaptation to heavy manuring in rice. 1. Varietal differences in nitrogen and carbohydrate metabolism as affected by differences in N supply.



Studies on the varietal adaptation to heavy manuring in rice. 1. Varietal differences in nitrogen and carbohydrate metabolism as affected by differences in N supply.



Proc. Crop Sci. Soc. Japan. 28: 22-24



N and carbohydrate metabolism were investigated in 3 varieties at 3 levels of N.

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