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Nitrate reductase activity in developing wheat ears


Die Fruchtstände der Weizenpflanzen reduzieren während ihrer Entwicklung beachtliche Mengen von Nitratstickstoff.

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Nair, T.V.R., Abrol, Y.P. Nitrate reductase activity in developing wheat ears. Experientia 29, 1480–1481 (1973).

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  • Nitrate
  • Nitrate Reductase
  • Reductase Activity
  • Nitrate Reductase Activity