Response of Pearl Millet to nitrogen as affected by water deficit

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Diouf , O.; Brou , Yao Télesphore; Diouf , M.; Sarr , B.; Eyletters , M.; Roy-Macauley , H.; Delhaye , J.;
  • Publisher: EDP Sciences
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1051/agro:2004001
  • Subject: [ SDV.EE ] Life Sciences [q-bio]/Ecology, environment | Pennisetum glaucum | glutamine synthetase | drought adaptation | nitrate reductase | nitrogen nutrition | [ SDV.SA ] Life Sciences [q-bio]/Agricultural sciences
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International audience; In the Sahelian zone, low soil N could be as limiting as drought in pearl millet production. Although growth and crop productivity depend on several biochemical reactions in which the nitrogen metabolism plays a great role, there is little inform... View more
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