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Studies on the varietal difference in morphological and physiological characters in indica rice seedlings. 2. Varietal differences in nitrogen response in indica rice seedlings



Studies on the varietal difference in morphological and physiological characters in indica rice seedlings. 2. Varietal differences in nitrogen response in indica rice seedlings



Jap. J. trop. Agric 10(2): 93-8. Bibl. 7



In pot experiments during 2 years with 15 indica cv., shoot elongation was promoted in some by N and inhibited in others. The rate of increase in DM during 5-6 weeks after sowing was decreased by N in those which had a high rate of increase under unfertilized conditions, and increased in those which had a moderate increase under unfertilized conditions.

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