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Fresh Weight as a Parameter of Deterioration
The Effect of Nitrogen on Fresh Weight
Adaptation to Field Conditions
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24 Hours Exposed 3.0 cm height 30 inches 8.75 cm height ammonium nitrate anthrone application of nitrogen artificially heated autoclave blades carbohydrate analysis carbohydrate content Characterization of Heat cool cut from turf damage desiccator jars Effect of Nitrogen ethanol exposure to high Floriculture forced draft oven fresh weight grass plants grass side greenhouse ground portions harvest heat buildup Helminthosporium High Nitrogen initial temperature living plants loss of carbohydrates loss of moisture maintained at 3«0 maintenance height measured mercury thermometer Merion1 Methods and Materials moisture loss nitrogen applied pallet height pallet of sod pallet was cut palletized sod percentage of moisture photosynthate Poa pratensis pots were placed recovery reserve carbohydrates Results The results rhizomes and stems roots shown in Figure sod cut sod to heat soil moisture Soluble Carbohydrates storage storage organ subsequent temperature sucrose temp and pallet tendency for sod tendency to heat thatch temperature thermograph probe