The effect of low phosphorus on morphological and physiological characters of gooseberry plants (Physalis peruviana)
Keywords: Phosphorus stress, Physalis peruviana, plant adaptation
AbstractP-deficiency decreased total biomass and changed the dry matter distribution, the leaf numbers, the total leaf area, and the root length density, as consequence of the photosynthesis rate reduction. In addition, P-deficiency induced enhancement of antioxidant activity, CAT, POD, with a reduction of the total protein. There are evidences related to the damage of cell membranes by ROS.
2B Distribution of resources and growth in plants
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