Leaf nitrogen concentration of wheat subjected to elevated [ CO 2 ] and either water or N deficits

@inproceedings{Sinclaira2000LeafNC,
  title={Leaf nitrogen concentration of wheat subjected to elevated [ CO 2 ] and either water or N deficits},
  author={T. R. Sinclaira and Paul J. Pinter and B. A. Kimballb and F. J. Adamsenb and R. L. LaMorteb and G. W. Wallb and D. J. Hunsakerb and N. Adamb and T. J. Brooksb and R. L. Garciad and T. Thompsonc and S. Leavittc and A. Matthiasc},
  year={2000}
}
  • T. R. Sinclaira, Paul J. Pinter, +10 authors A. Matthiasc
  • Published 2000
Leaf N concentration is important because it is associated with the CO 2 assimilatory capacity of crops, and in grasslands, it is an important determinant of forage nutritive value. Consequently, the productivity of both domestic and native animals in future global environments may be closely linked to possible changes in leaf N concentration of grasses. Since grasslands are frequently subjected to water-deficit or N-deficit conditions, it is important to investigate the interactive responses… CONTINUE READING
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