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The Effect Of Phosphate Deficiency On Carbohydrate Metabolism In Bean Roots

A. Rychter, D. Randall
Published 1994 · Biology

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Bean plants (Phaseolus vulgaris) grown in phosphate-deficient (-P) medium display deficiency symptoms after about 2 weeks of culture. A decrease in inorganic phosphate level in roots was observed after 10 days of culture, and after 17 days it was more than 30 times less than control. The dry weight of the roots was higher as compared to the control roots. After 2 weeks of culture, the sucrose level in -P roots almost doubled compared to control roots
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