nitrogen deficiency


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nitrogen deficiency

a supply of nitrogen below an organism's requirements.
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A pale green or yellow color may indicate nitrogen deficiency, Strik says.
Martin Baker UNLESS there is a drought and it is thirsty, it is Aprobably a nitrogen deficiency in the soil.
Martin Baker, Leamington Spa, Warwicks DAVID: Unless there is a drought and it is thirsty, it is probably a nitrogen deficiency in the soil.
Nitrogen deficiency caused cessation of growth, inhibition of lateral rods, general chlorosis and necrosis in older leaves.
Nitrogen deficiency stress enhanced the production of ethylene (Lege et al.
Yellowing of leaves and interveinal chlorosis in plants, which is similar to nitrogen deficiency.
If the older leaves yellow and drop off and the plant is generally stunted, it's probably a nitrogen deficiency - this is particularly obvious when lawns go yellow.
If the older leaves are yellowing and dropping off and the plant is generally stunted, it's probably a nitrogen deficiency - this is particularly obvious when lawns go yellow.
Lack of humidity and erratic watering can intensify the problem, as can nitrogen deficiency.
As soon as must has a nitrogen deficiency at the end of the growth phase, there is a decrease in protein synthesis and sugar transport activity.
It is a matter of concern that cultivated land was facing around 95 percent nitrogen deficiency, 80-90 percent phosphorus deficiency and 30 percent in potassium.
Nitrogen deficiency limits cell division and expansion leaf production photosynthesis as well as seed yields (Zhao et al.