Kinetic Analysis of Nitrogen Influence on Phosphate Absorption by Excised Roots of Monterey Pine Seedlings
The effect of nitrate pretreatment on the P uptake mechanism of nonmycorrhizal Monterey pine was determined, utilizing 6 cm apical root sections immersed in P concentrations ranging from 0.005 mM to 0.400 mM. Graphical analysis revealed the typical curvilinear relationship, indicating two P uptake mechanisms: one at high external P concentrations and the other at low external P concentrations. In the low external P range, common to soil solutions, nitrate pretreatment increased the phosphate transport capacity (V max) of the tissue 25 percent while having no effect on affinity of the carrier for the P ion (Km). Forest Sci. 20:279-282.
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Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Extension Specialist and Professor of Soils, Agronomy Department, Purdue University, Lafayette, Ind.
Publication date: 1974-09-01
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