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Synthesis of proteins in plants. Part I. Conversion of nitrates into protein in Helianthus annus Linn


, : Synthesis of proteins in plants. Part I. Conversion of nitrates into protein in Helianthus annus Linn. J. Indian Inst. Sci, 16A: 129-38

A direct method of feeding of plants with nutrients is described. This technique has been applied to the study of protein synthesis by feeding nitrogen-starved sunflower plants with potassium nitrate solution and studying the attendant changes.

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