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Effects of different nitrogen forms on the growth and cytokinin content in xylem sap of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.) seedlings
Whether NH4+ was supplied to the whole root system or to only part of the root system was also an important factor affecting plant growth, and a relatively high level of zeatin riboside (ZR) was maintained both in 75-25NA and N|A treatments. Expand
microRNA expression profiles associated with phosphorus deficiency in white lupin (Lupinus albus L.)
The study provided the evidence that a set of miRNAs are involved in the regulation of adaptive response to P deficiency and that miRNAAs coordinately regulate the network of downstream genes controlling morphological and metabolic processes in P-deficient plants. Expand
Non-Destructive Evaluation of the Leaf Nitrogen Concentration by In-Field Visible/Near-Infrared Spectroscopy in Pear Orchards
The leaf N concentration was suggested to be determined at 50 DAB by visible/near-infrared spectroscopy and the threshold should be 24–27 g/kg and the best modelling and prediction accuracy were found in the model established by PLSR and spectra measured with a black background. Expand
Genome-wide identification, characterization, and expression analyses of the HAK/KUP/KT potassium transporter gene family reveals their involvement in K+ deficient and abiotic stress responses in
High-affinity K+ (HAK)/K+ uptake (KUP)/K+ transporters (KT) play crucial roles in the regulation of cellular K+ levels. However, little is known about these genes in the Rosaceae family. In thisExpand
Application Methods of Calcium Supplements Affect Nutrient Levels and Calcium Forms in Mature Tomato Fruits
Abstract The glasshouse study examined the effects of various application methods of calcium (Ca) on the concentration of Ca, magnesium (Mg), potassium (K), phosphorus (P), boron (B), copper (Cu),Expand
Biocontrol of Fusarium wilt disease for Cucumis melo melon using bio-organic fertilizer
The most effective treatment was double application of BIOII, which minimized the incidence of wilt disease, maximized biomass production, and altered microbial community structure. Expand
Potassium deficiency inhibits lateral root development in tobacco seedlings by changing auxin distribution
Potassium deficiency inhibited LR formation and elongation in tobacco plants by shifting auxin distribution and Indole acetic acid (IAA) concentration and DR5::GUS expression levels decreased in leaves and roots subjected to LK, indicating that LK affected Auxin distribution. Expand
Effect of homogeneous and heterogeneous supply of nitrate and ammonium on nitrogen uptake and distribution in tomato seedlings
To evaluate the effects of homogeneous or heterogeneous supply of different sources of nitrogen (N) on N uptake and distribution in tomato seedlings, hydroponic experiments with 15N tracers wereExpand
Differential Response of First-Order Lateral Root Elongation to Low Potassium Involves Nitric Oxide in Two Tobacco Cultivars
Potassium (K+) is a major limiting element of plant growth, and crops often suffer from low-K+ (LK) stress. Although nitric oxide (NO) is a signaling molecule involved in plant root adaptation to theExpand
Transcriptome Analysis of Differentially Expressed Genes Induced by Low and High Potassium Levels Provides Insight into Fruit Sugar Metabolism of Pear
The gene expression patterns of leaves and fruit in response to different K levels during the middle and late stages of fruit development as well as the molecular mechanism of improvement of fruit sugar levels by K were revealed and provided a scientific basis for improving fruit quality with supplemental K fertilizers. Expand