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RE-SORPTION OF ORGANIC-COMPOUNDS BY ROOTS OF ZEA-MAYS L AND ITS CONSEQUENCES IN THE RHIZOSPHERE .2. EXPERIMENTAL AND MODEL EVIDENCE FOR SIMULTANEOUS EXUDATION AND RE-SORPTION OF SOLUBLE C COMPOUNDS

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The exudation of soluble carbon compounds from Zea mays roots was investigated over a 10 day growth period under sterile and non-sterile solution culture conditions. The results showed that plants grown in sterile static solution culture, where C was allowed to accumulate, released 8 times less C than plants grown under culture conditions in which the solutions were replaced daily. The increased C loss from plant cultures in which exudates were removed daily was attributable to, (a) the reduc...

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10.1007/BF00010543

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MPLS, Plant Sciences
Role:
Author
Journal:
PLANT AND SOIL
Volume:
153
Issue:
1
Pages:
47-59
Publication date:
1993-06-05
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EISSN:
1573-5036
ISSN:
0032-079X
URN:
uuid:22193bbe-a9d2-40f9-aaa8-f8fed6ba1095
Source identifiers:
44291
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pubs:44291

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