Effects of Temperature On Growth and Nutrient Uptake In Subterranean Clover During Recovery From Phosphorus Stress
D Bouma and EJ Dowling
Australian Journal of Biological Sciences
22(3) 505 - 514
During a pretreatment period of 18 days, subterranean clover plants (Trifolium subterraneum L., cv. Mt. Barker) were grown at a deficient and an optimum phos· phorus supply in three temperature regimes (27°C dayj22°C night, 21jI6°C, 15jlOOC). They were then transferred to full solutions (optimum phosphorus) and plants from each pretreatment grown for a further 7 days in each of the three temperature regimes.
Full text doi:10.1071/BI9690505
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