An effect of temperature on the inhibition of ammonium absorption by potassium in excised barley roots
Acta botanica neerlandica , Volume 21 - Issue 2 p. 145- 148
The effect of K+ on NH4+ absorption by excised barley roots was studied at different temperatures (3 ° and 25°C). With identical composition of the external solution, the inhibitory effect of K+ appeared to be appreciably weaker at the low than at the high temperature. The bearing of this result on the interpretation of this interaction is briefly discussed.
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G.G.J. Bange. (1972). An effect of temperature on the inhibition of ammonium absorption by potassium in excised barley roots. Acta botanica neerlandica, 21(2), 145–148.
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