Genetic Aspects of Plant Mineral Nutrition

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N. El Bassam, M. Dambroth, B.C. Loughman
Springer, 1990 - Science - 558 pages
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Physiological and biochemical mechanisms associated with genetic variation in utilization of nitrogen, phosphorus, other major nutrients - Concentrations of N,P,K and dry matter in maize inbred lines; Accumulation and translocation of nitrogen in cultivars of winter wheat with different demants for nutrition; Uptake and partitioning of nitrogen in nitrogen-limited barley: dependence of age and genotype; Influence of the nitrogen level on root growth and morphology of two potato varietiees differing in nitrogen acquisition; Root traits of maize ssdlings: nndicators of nitrogen efficiency?; Sterol content and efficiency of inn uptake by roots of maize genotypes; Genotypic responses to a( wate stress, b) salinity, c) acidity and deficiency of excess of elements: Effects of water deficit on osmotic adjustment, photosynthesis and dry matter production of rice (Oryza sativa) genotypes; Influence of genotype and water stress on the uptake of potassium and nitrogen in maize; Sodium exclusion mechanisms at the root surface of two maize cultivars; Cation accumulation related to adaptation of maize populations to salinity; Interaction between nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizers and soil salinit and its effect on growth and ion composition of corn (Zea mays L.); Influence of salt etress on primary metabolism of Zea mays L. seedlings of model genotypes; Comparasion nitrogen utilization of diploid and tetraploid perennial ryegrass genotypes using hydroponic system; Physiological basis differential response to salinity in rice.

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N. El Bassam is the Director of International Research Centre for Renewable Energy (IFEED) in Germany.

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