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Accelerating the role of phenylalanine in shunting sex differentiation of Rotylenchulus reniformis by means of some nutrient formulae.

@inproceedings{Badra1980AcceleratingTR,
  title={Accelerating the role of phenylalanine in shunting sex differentiation of Rotylenchulus reniformis by means of some nutrient formulae.},
  author={T. Badra and Sultan Ahmed Ismail and A. Abd-El-Samad},
  year={1980}
}
SUMMARY Fertilization with nitrogen and phosphorus supplemented with several microelements influenced the multiplication and sex differentiation of Rotylenchulus reniformis associated with cowpeas. Phosphorus fertilization reduced nematode build up and increased percentages of non-feeding males, while fertilization with other elements either did not affect, or delayed sex differentiation. Total amino acid content showed no significant increases or decreases in roots, but significant difforences… 

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