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Genotypic differences and some associated plant traits in potassium internal use efficiency of lowland rice (Oryza sativa L.)
The results from the two years of field experiments showed that rice genotypes with greater KIUE-B at the seedling stage had higher KIUB at the tillering stage and higher KiUE-G at physiological maturity, and the K internal use efficiency could be used as an index for selecting K-efficient genotypes.
The effects of the phenol concentrations on photosynthetic parameters of Salix babylonica L.
As a common waterfront and wet environment tree species, Salix babylonica shows a great potential for restoration of contaminated water or soil environments, such as phenol-polluted water. However,
Screening wheat genotypes for high callus induction and regeneration capability from anther and immature embryo cultures
To select genotypes – especially Japanese ones – with a high regeneration capability, 107 wheat genotypes were screened for callus induction and regeneration capability from anther and immature embryo cultures and very few genotypes produced albino plants.
Room‐Induced Changes of Potassium in the Rhizosphere of Lowland Rice
Rice roots could increase the solubility and availability of potentially available K and even mineral‐K in the rhizosphere under submerged condition, partially due to the dramatical decrease of pH by rice plant roots in the Rhizsophere.
Quantitative trait loci analysis of swine meat quality traits.
A QTL study was performed in large half-sib families to characterize the genetic background of variation in pork quality traits as well as to examine the possibilities of including QTL in a
Combining ability of waterlogging tolerance in barley.
High heritability of waterlogging tolerance indicated that selection in early generations could be very efficient, when selections are made in a segregating population, and the most effective selection strategy is to discard the plants with severe leaf chlorosis.