root effect

root effect

or

root shift

a change in blood oxygen capacity resulting from a pH change.
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In soil 3, [TDW.sub.max] presented quadratic root effect, and the [TDW.sub.max] was obtained with the dose of 9.8 mg [dm.sup.-3] (Figure 2a) corresponded, at the end of the experiment, to a Zn level in the soil of 4.0 mg [dm.sup.-3] and in the diagnostic leaf of 143 mg [kg.sup.-1] (Table 2); the recommended dose of Zn is 1.7 mg [dm.sup.-3], which results in a zinc level in the soil of 0.8 mg [dm.sup.-3] and in the plant of 63 mg [kg.sup.-1] (Table 2).
(1999) suggested that besides the inhibition of the enzyme activity, inhibition of aromatase gene expression may be involved in the nettle root effect.
However, it needs to be shown if this effect contributes to the anti-prostatic nettle root effect.