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The effect of temperature of the root medium and of the growing point of the shoot on growth, water content and sugar content of maize leaves



The effect of temperature of the root medium and of the growing point of the shoot on growth, water content and sugar content of maize leaves



Neth. J. Agric. Sci 18(2): 140-8. Bibl. 6



Maize seedlings were grown in nutrient solution under 18-h daylength and the temperatures of the root medium and of the growing points of the leaves were varied independently between 20 degrees and 5 degrees C; leaf growth rate and leaf water content were continuously recorded.

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