SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

References

  • Black, C. C. (1971). Ecological implications of dividing plants into groups with distinct photosynthetic production capacities. Advances in Ecological Research, 7, 87.
  • Black, C. C., Chen, T. M. & Brown, R. H. (1969). Biochemical basis for plant competition. Weed Science, 17, 338.
  • Collander, R. (1941). Selective absorption of cations by higher plants. Plant Physiology, 16, 691.
  • Cooil, B. J., de la Fuente, R. K. & de la Pena, R. S. (1965). Absorption and transport of sodium and potassium in squash. Plant Physiology, 40, 625.
  • Downes, R. W. (1969). Differences in transpiration rates between tropical and temperate grasses under controlled conditions. Planta, 88, 261.
  • Gauch, H. C. & Wadleigh, C. H. (1945). Effect of high concentration of sodium, calcium, chloride, and sulphate on ionic absorption by bean plants. Soil Science, 59, 139.
  • AP Griffith, G. & Walters, R. J. K. (1966). The sodium and potassium content of some grass genera, species and varieties. Journal of Agricultural Science, Cambridge, 67, 81.
  • Hatch, M. D. & Boardman, N. K. (1973). Biochemistry of photosynthesis. In: Chemistry and Bio chemistry of Herbage, Vol. 2 (Ed. by G. W.Butler & R. W.Bailey), pp. 2555. Academic Press London .
  • Jacks, G. V. (1954). Soil. Thomas Nelson, Edinburgh .
  • Jacoby, B. (1964). Function of bean roots and stems in sodium retention. Plant Physiology, 39, 445.
  • Joyce, J. P. & Brunswick, L. C. F. (1975). Sodium supplementation of sheep and cattle fed Lucerne New Zealand Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 3, 299.
  • Kramer, P.J. (1959). Transpiration and water economy of plants. In: Plant Physiology: A Treatise, Vol. 2 (Ed. by F. C.Steward), pp. 607726. Academic Press. New York .
  • Laetsch, W. M. (1974). The C4 syndrome. A structural analysis. Annual Review of Plant Physiology 25, 27.
  • Lehr, J. J. (1960). The sodium content of meadow grass in relation to species and fertilization. Proceedings of the 8th International Grassland Congress, pp. 101103.
  • Levi, E. (1970). Penetration retention and transport of foliar applied single salts of Na, K, Rb and Cs. Physiologia Plantarum, 23, 811.
  • Middleton, K. R. & Toxopeus, M. R. J. (1973). Diagnosis and measurement of multiple deficiencies by a subtractive technique. Plant and Soil, 38, 219.
  • Pitman, M. G. (1965). Transpiration and selective uptake of potassium by barley seedlings (Hordeum vulgar e cv. Bolivia). Australian Journal of Biological Sciences, 18, 987.
  • Pitman, M. G. (1966). Uptake of potassium and sodium by seedlings of Sinapts alba. Australian Journal of Biological Sciences, 19, 257.
  • Reith, J. W. S., Inkson, R. H. E., Holmes, W., Maclusky, D. S., Reid, D., Heddle, R. G. & Copeman, G. J. F. (1964). The effect of fertiliser on herbage production. II. The effect of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium on botanical and chemical composition. Journal of Agricultural Science, Cambridge, 63, 209.
  • Russell, R. S. & Barber, D. A. (1960). The relationship between salt uptake and the absorption of water by intact plants. Annual Review of Plant Physiology, 11, 127.
  • Shone, M. G. T., Clarkson, D. T. & Sanderson, J. (1969). The absorption and translocation of sodium by maize seedlings. Planta (Berlin), 86, 301.
  • Sinha, B. K. & Singh, N. T. (1974). Effect of transpiration on salt accumulation around com roots in a saline soil. Agronomy Journal, 66, 557.
  • Sinha, B. K. & Singh, N. T. (1976). Salt distribution around roots of wheat under different transpiration rates. Plant and Soil, 44, 141.
  • Smith, G. S. & Middleton, K. R. (1978). Sodium and potassium content of top-dressed pastures in New Zealand in relation to plant and animal nutrition. New Zealand Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 6, 217.
  • Smith, G. S., Middleton, K. R. & Edmonds, A. S. (1978). A classification of pasture and fodder plants according to their ability to translocate sodium from their roots into aerial parts. New Zealand Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 6, 183.
  • Weatherley, P. E. (1969). Ion movement within the plant. In: Ecological Aspects of the Mineral Nutrition of Plants (Ed. by I. H.Rorison), pp. 32340. Blackwell, Oxford .