Excretion products of maize roots from seedling to seed development stage

@article{Matsumoto2005ExcretionPO,
  title={Excretion products of maize roots from seedling to seed development stage},
  author={Hideaki Matsumoto and Keiji Okada and Eiichi Takahashi},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={2005},
  volume={53},
  pages={17-26}
}
Excretion products of maize roots (Zea mays cv. Koshu) were estimated. All excreted products were the highest by fresh weight basis at the young seedling stage. In amino acids excreted, glutamic acid accounting for 60% of the total was the highest and followed by alanine. These two amino acids showed the diverse fluctuation according to the growing age, that is, glutamic acid increased while alanine decreased. Stachyose was a main soluble sugar excepting the stage prior to the heading. At this… CONTINUE READING
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