Nitrate uptake ability by maize roots during and after drought stress

@article{Buljovcic2004NitrateUA,
  title={Nitrate uptake ability by maize roots during and after drought stress},
  author={Zaklina Buljovcic and Christof Engels},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={2004},
  volume={229},
  pages={125-135}
}
The effects of different intensities and durations of soil drought and re-watering on the nitrate uptake ability of maize roots were studied. Plants were grown in split-root containers with one part of the root system subjected to different intensities and durations of soil drought and re-watering while the other part of the root system was continuously watered to 23% (w/w) soil water content (70% water capacity). Experiments were performed in split-root containers to maintain a high growth… CONTINUE READING

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