Effect of ammonium and nitrate on ferric chelate reductase and nitrate reductase in Vaccinium species.

@article{Poonnachit2004EffectOA,
  title={Effect of ammonium and nitrate on ferric chelate reductase and nitrate reductase in Vaccinium species.},
  author={U Poonnachit and Robert Darnell},
  journal={Annals of botany},
  year={2004},
  volume={93 4},
  pages={399-405}
}
BACKGROUND AND AIMS Most Vaccinium species have strict soil requirements for optimal growth, requiring low pH, high iron availability and nitrogen primarily in the ammonium form. These soils are limited and are often located near wetlands. Vaccinium arboreum is a wild species adapted to a wide range of soils, including high pH, low iron, and nitrate-containing soils. This broader soil adaptation in V. arboreum may be related to increased efficiency of iron or nitrate uptake compared with the… CONTINUE READING
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