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Effects of Tempearture on S35 Uptake and Translocation by Rose and Subterranean Clovers1


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  1. Vol. 55 No. 2, p. 134-137
    Received: June 11, 1962

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  1. Cyrus M. McKell and
  2. Alma M. Wilson2



Subterranean and rose clovers were fertilized with S35 labeled S at 3 rates and grown in growth chambers at 50, 60, and 70° F. Radio-analysis of tops and roots indicated an increase in S concentration in tops with increasing temperature but a decrease of S concentration in roots from 60 to 70° F. On a dry matter basis subterranean clover exceeded rose clover in the total uptake of S.

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