Photosynthesis of Grass Species Differing in Carbon Dioxide Fixation Pathways: V. RESPONSE OF PANICUM MAXIMUM, PANICUM MILIOIDES, AND TALL FESCUE (FESTUCA ARUNDINACEA) TO NITROGEN NUTRITION.

@article{Bolton1980PhotosynthesisOG,
  title={Photosynthesis of Grass Species Differing in Carbon Dioxide Fixation Pathways: V. RESPONSE OF PANICUM MAXIMUM, PANICUM MILIOIDES, AND TALL FESCUE (FESTUCA ARUNDINACEA) TO NITROGEN NUTRITION.},
  author={J K Bolton and Rebecca S H Brown},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={1980},
  volume={66 1},
  pages={97-100}
}
The response of apparent photosynthesis to N nutrition was studied in the C(3) grass, tall fescue (Festuca arundinacea Schreb.), in the C(4) species Panicum maximum Jacq., and in Panicum milioides Nees ex Trin., a species with characteristics intermediate between C(3) and C(4) photosynthetic types. Plants were grown in culture solution containing 1, 5, 50, and 200 milligrams N per liter. Apparent photosynthesis was measured on the youngest fully expanded leaves at 320 microliters of CO(2) per… CONTINUE READING
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