Environmental effects on the resistance of rice seedlings to complete submergence
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The survival of rice seedlings (Oryza sativa L.) after complete Submergence in water decreased with increased duration of submergence; with increased depth, temperature, and turbidity of water; and with increased rates of N fertilization. Survival increased with high light intensity and plant carbohydrate content. Factors that influence the survival of submerged plants also determine the amounts of N and carbohydrate in the plant.
Suggested CitationPalada, M. C., & Vergara, B. S. (1972). Environmental effects on the resistance of rice seedlings to complete submergence.
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