The dynamics of nutrient uptake by crop plants. 35. The effect of deficiency of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium on the metabolism of rice roots.

Mitsui, S.; Kumazawa, K.

Soil Sci. & Plant Nutr, 7: 166

1961


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Abstract
Rice plants in water cultures were subjected to N, P or K deficiency at the time of initiation of the panicle primordia and reduction division of the pollen-sac mother cell. N or P deficiency decreased protein synthesis and respiration rate in the roots. N deficiency appeared to promote the utilization of sugar and organic acid, and P deficiency the utilization of fat or N compounds. K deficiency increased the respiration rate of roots.