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Relationships between nitrogen content in leaf dry weight basis and absorption capacity of ammonium and nitrate of rice seedlings grown under low nutrient concentrations



Relationships between nitrogen content in leaf dry weight basis and absorption capacity of ammonium and nitrate of rice seedlings grown under low nutrient concentrations



Japanese Journal of Crop Science 66(2): 329-330




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