Genotypic variation in phosphorus efficiency between wheat cultivars grown under greenhouse and field conditions

Abstract

Phosphorus (P) efficiency (relative growth), which is described as the ratio of shoot dry matter or grain yield at deficient P supply to that obtained under adequate P supply, was compared in 25 winter wheat cultivars grown under greenhouse and field conditions with low and adequate P levels in a P-deficient calcareous soil. Adequate P supply resulted in… (More)

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@inproceedings{Walton2006GenotypicVI, title={Genotypic variation in phosphorus efficiency between wheat cultivars grown under greenhouse and field conditions}, author={Genevieve Walton and Ali Gunes}, year={2006} }