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Study on the respiration of crop plants. Respiration rate of rice plant under transplanting or direct seeding culture



Study on the respiration of crop plants. Respiration rate of rice plant under transplanting or direct seeding culture



Proc Crop Sci Soc Japan 22(3/4): 53-54



Respiration rate of each part of rice plants growing under transplanting or direct seeding cultural method was measured (at constant temperature, 30[degree]C) throughout the whole season. The respiration rate expressed on a dry-weight basis shows remarkable difference between plants growing under different cultural methods. But the rate based on unit amount of protein was strikingly identical between the plants, indicating that the transplanting practice causes much increase of protein content which can account for the increased respiration on dry-weight basis at that time, although no essential changes were caused in the respiration rate on protein basis.

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