Daniel Marino

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Ammonium (NH4(+)) toxicity typically occurs in plants exposed to high environmental NH4(+) concentration. NH4(+) assimilating capacity may act as a biochemical mechanism avoiding its toxic(More)
Nitrification inhibitors are used to maintain ammonium available in the soil for longer periods while reducing nitrate leaching and N2O emission. In this work we evaluated the potential toxicity(More)
Nitrogen fixation in legumes is dramatically inhibited by abiotic stresses, and this reduction is often associated with oxidative damage. Although ascorbate (ASC) has been firmly associated with(More)
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