Ureide Accumulation in Response to Mn Nutrition by Eight Soybean Genotypes with N 2 Fixation Tolerance to Soil Drying

@inproceedings{Sinclair2003UreideAI,
  title={Ureide Accumulation in Response to Mn Nutrition by Eight Soybean Genotypes with N 2 Fixation Tolerance to Soil Drying},
  author={Thomas R Sinclair and Vincent Vadez and Krishna Kishore Chenu},
  year={2003}
}
was leaf gas exchange. The basis of the N2 fixation tolerance to water deficit in the eight selected PI lines is Nitrogen fixation in soybean (Glycine max Merr.) is especially not known. sensitive to soil drying. The basis of this sensitivity appears to be related to the fact that ureides are transported from the nodules, Recent studies have focused on ureide accumulation and the ureide concentrations increase with water deficits in leaves and feedback on nodule activity as being crucial in… CONTINUE READING
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