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Morphological and physiological responses of rice to trifluralin



Morphological and physiological responses of rice to trifluralin



Philipp. Agric. 52: 9; 10, 553-65. Bibl. 12



In Petri-dish trials, application of 50 ppm. trifluralin to germinating seeds of rice IR8 for 24 h inhibited the growth of young seedlings, caused swelling of the cortical tissue in coleoptiles and root tips, transformed some of the root-tip pericycle cells into lateral root initials and decreased the root-tip content of alanine, glucose and fructose but did not affect the total protein content of the root tips.

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