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- Zhao, Wenqing, et al. Show all 11 Authors
- Plant physiology and biochemistry 2018 v.123 pp. 242-251
- air temperature; amino acids; biomass production; chronic exposure; cotton; enzyme activity; flooded conditions; flowering; glutamate synthase (ferredoxin); glutamate-ammonia ligase; leaves; nitrogen; nitrogen metabolism; phytomass; plant stress; protein degradation; proteinases; river valleys; water stress; Yangtze River
- ... Short-term waterlogging and chronic elevated temperature occur frequently in the Yangtze River Valley, yet the effects of these co-occurring environments on nitrogen metabolism of the subtending leaf (a major source leaf for boll development) have received little attention. In this study, plants were exposed to two temperature regimes (31.6/26.5 °C and 34.1/29.0 °C) and waterlogging events (0 d, 3 ...