EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE, AERATION, NUTRITION AND GENOTYPIC DIFFERENTIALS ON RESPONSES OF ZOYSIA SPECIES TO IRON STRESS
AuthorKurtz, Kent Worthington
AdvisorKneebone, William R.
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PublisherThe University of Arizona.
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AbstractEleven zoysiagrass genotypes with known reactions to Fe-stress were grown under either growth chamber or greenhouse conditions in a series of four separate experiments. Genotypes grown in the growth chamber studies were subjected to three temperature ranges (18-12(DEGREES)C, 30-21(DEGREES)C, a
Degree ProgramGraduate College