Comparison of the effects of nitrate and ammonium forms of nitrogen on auxin content in roots and the growth of plants under different temperature conditions

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Average root length, root/shoot ratio and auxin content in roots were higher in plants supplied with nitrate rather than ammonium and grown at 18, 21, 24°C. The effects on root length were most pronounced at the highest temperatures (21 and 24°C); and the warmer the temperature, the earlier appearance of the differences in growth rate between NO3- and NH4… (More)
DOI: 10.1023/A:1005990725068

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@article{Kudoyarova2004ComparisonOT, title={Comparison of the effects of nitrate and ammonium forms of nitrogen on auxin content in roots and the growth of plants under different temperature conditions}, author={Guzel R. Kudoyarova and R. G. Farkhutdinov and S. Yu. Veselov}, journal={Plant Growth Regulation}, year={2004}, volume={23}, pages={207-208} }