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Studies on the varietal adaptability for heavy manuring in rice. I. Varietal differences in nitrogen and carbohydrate metabolism affected by a different supply of nitrogen



Studies on the varietal adaptability for heavy manuring in rice. I. Varietal differences in nitrogen and carbohydrate metabolism affected by a different supply of nitrogen



Proceedings Crop Science Society Japan 28(1): 22-24



The N and carbohydrate metabolism of 3 varieties was measured under 3 levels of N application. The known suitability of Norin 25 for heavy manuring is suitable, of Chiba-asahi is less suitable and of Ginnen is least so. The latter shows a greater increase in soluble N and greater decreases in sugar and starch content than the Norin 25 with increasing supply of N. These factors may control the yield of grain.

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