Effect of temperature on uptake and upward translocation of phosphorus in wheat
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Know ledge gained from this study of h ow temperature affects phosphorus uptake and trans-location should guide one in introducing such plants in a new ecological habitat. From the present study, o 0 it Has learned that temperatures of above 27 C day, and 21 C night reduced the amounts of phosphorus, Wheat plants accumulated. But at suitable temperature regime, the plants accumulated more phosphorus during their early stages of growth than older stages. o 0 At a temperature regime of 27 C-2l C, tHO Heek old plants accumulate more phosphorus than four or six-week old stages.