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Effect of nitrate and ammonium nutrition and of sulphur deficiency on nitrate-reductase activity in leaves of maize and tomato


Effect of nitrate and ammonium nutrition and of sulphur deficiency on nitrate-reductase activity in leaves of maize and tomato



Anuales de Physiol-ogie Vegetale 11(4): 397-404



In solution-culture experiments, plants of maize INRA 220 were grown with NO3 or NH4 as the N source, with or without S. Nitrate-reductase activity in the leaves declined during the 8-day treatment period, especially where NH4 was the N source and S was supplied.

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