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Sodium and potassium uptake by subclovers with respect to soil exchangeable sodium

AuthorsMartín Ramos, Amalia; Pastor Piñeiro, Jesús ; Oliver, Salvador
TriFolium subterraneum L.
TriFolium brachycalycinum
Issue Date1980
PublisherConsejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (España)
CitationII Congress of Federation of European Societies of Plant Physiology. Santiago de Compostela, 27 julio-1 agosto: 480-481 (1980)
AbstractThis research Falls within the ecophysiological study oF mineral nutri tion oF tworelated species TriFolium subterraneum L. and TriFolium brac~calyc1num Katzn. et Morley. We have previously studied their distribution in Spain and the1r behaviour with respect to soil and cl1matic variables. We have collected the plants in their natural habitats in 329 localities From Western Spain. Sodium was an important element in relation to the ecophysiological behaviour of the two species. The soils have exchangeable Na contents ranging from UD4to 0.77 meq/100 g. of soil, and relative contents of this element, ,with re~pect to the sum of exchangeable cations f'ja/Sq ranging from O.e¡¡, to 9.2'/0.
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