Root growth and carbohydrate partitioning in cotton subjected to shading in the initial phase

@inproceedings{Echer2019RootGA,
  title={Root growth and carbohydrate partitioning in cotton subjected to shading in the initial phase},
  author={F{\'a}bio Rafael Echer and Priscila Roberta Leme Zanfolin and Ana Carolina M{\^o}nico Moreira and Ana Cl{\'a}udia Pacheco Santos and Pedro Henrique Gorni},
  year={2019}
}
EnglishCotton cultivation in Brazil tends to occur mostly in the rainy season, and at the time of developing the crop there are often prolonged periods of low solar radiation. The objective of this work was to evaluate the root development of cotton cultivars subjected to shading in the initial phase. The experiment was carried out in a greenhouse, using rhizotrons. The experimental design was a 2x2 factorial in randomized blocks with five replications. The treatments were composed of cotton… CONTINUE READING

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