This is a completely revised edition of the previously titled Solute Movement in the Soil-Root System. It describes in detail how plant nutrients and other solutes move in the soil in response to plant uptake, and it provides a basis for understanding processes in the root zone so that they can be modeled realistically in order to predict the effects of variations in natural conditions or our own practices.The subject has been very well reviewed by Marschner (1995), and the more practical aspects are detailed in Sharpley et al. ... toxicity, and nutrient balance, and the roots are only one of several plant parts and processes that are damaged (Greenway ... Tomato plants were supplied with water by a split-root system, so that the water status of the plants was the same, ... at different water potentials that had been labelled with a#39;-P. Extension growth of roots in the dry soil was reduced by aanbsp;...
|Title||:||Solute Movement in the Rhizosphere|
|Author||:||P. B. Tinker Emeritus Professor of Agricultural Botany, P. H. Nye Emeritus Fellow and Reader in Soil Science both at Oxford University|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press, USA - 2000-02-07|