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Maize Root System Growth And Development As Influenced By Phosphorus Deficiency

A. Mollier, S. Pellerin
Published 1999 · Biology

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cept light was severely reduced so that root growth was finally reduced. Effects on leaf growth, biomass accumulation and root morphogenesis associated with the establishment of Key words: Zea mays L., maize, phosphorus, root, root phosphorus (P) deficiency were studied on maize in morphogenesis. order to test the hypothesis that the root system response can be accounted for by the effect of P
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