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Nitrogen Response Of Leaf Photosynthesis And Canopy Radiation Use Efficiency In Field-Grown Maize And Sorghum

R. C. Muchow, T. Sinclair
Published 1994 · Biology

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The grain yielding capability of maize (Zea mays L.) and sorghum [Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench] is dependent on the capacity of the crop to assimilate CO 2 . Carbon dioxide assimilation can be measured directly at the leaf level (C A ) and indirectly at the canopy levels by determining radiation use efficiency (RUE). Since leaf N content per unit leaf area (LN) was expected to influence both of these measures of CO 2 assimilation, the primary objective of this study was to obtain field data on C A and RUE in response to differing LN induced by varying the amount of applied N fertilizer [...]



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