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Recovery processes of leaf cutting in cereals and forage grasses. 2. Re-growth of organs of rice Plants for a short period after defoliation and concomitant change of reserve starch content during recovery. 3. The trend of chemical constituents after defoliation in rice Plants pretreated with the level of fertilization and with shading



Recovery processes of leaf cutting in cereals and forage grasses. 2. Re-growth of organs of rice Plants for a short period after defoliation and concomitant change of reserve starch content during recovery. 3. The trend of chemical constituents after defoliation in rice Plants pretreated with the level of fertilization and with shading



Proc. Crop Sci. Soc. Japan. 38: 2, 299-305, 306-12. Bibl. 9 and 9



In an experiment in 1959, rice seedlings 35 cm high and with 6 tillers when the main stem was at the 9.8-leaf stage, were defoliated in various ways and regrowth of each organ was followed for 15 days; in 1962 daily root elongation after defoliation was followed in root-boxes; in 1964, rooting after cutting was studied in the field. As severity of cutting increased, DM production, Plant height, tillering and rooting decreased. Rate of regrowth of leaf-blades was higher than for other organs.

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