Plant Cuttings

Plant Cuttings Annals of Botany 119: iv–vii, 2017 Available online at www.aob.oxfordjournals.org News in Botany: Nigel Chaffey presents a round-up of plant-based items from the world’s media [27] staples (if this rice success can be translated to those crops). [28] Sometimes, less really is more !** Reducing P uptake by plants * An indication of the magnitude of this caryoptical P-depletion Given the importance of conundrum may be gleaned from the estimate that this removal of phosphorus (P) to [1] crop-containing P can account for 85% of the phosphorus fertilizers plants , and the fact that [29] applied to the field each year . P is often present in insufficient amounts in [2,3] the growing medium ** However, there is evidence that dietary phytate can have human- [24,25] to sustain proper plant health-promoting properties , so maybe a balance has to be growth and found – between being kind to the environment and to humankind. development, you might Who decides…? wonder why anybody would want to restrict Image from: Mr P Cuttings’ personal archive the ability of plants to References take up this essential [4,5] macronutrient . [1] http://passel.unl.edu/pages/informationmodule. However, they do – in php?idinformationmodule¼1130447043&topicorder¼2 cereals anyway – and here’s why. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Annals of Botany Oxford University Press

Plant Cuttings

Annals of Botany , Volume 119 (7) – May 1, 2017

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0305-7364
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1095-8290
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10.1093/aob/mcx044
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Annals of Botany 119: iv–vii, 2017 Available online at www.aob.oxfordjournals.org News in Botany: Nigel Chaffey presents a round-up of plant-based items from the world’s media [27] staples (if this rice success can be translated to those crops). [28] Sometimes, less really is more !** Reducing P uptake by plants * An indication of the magnitude of this caryoptical P-depletion Given the importance of conundrum may be gleaned from the estimate that this removal of phosphorus (P) to [1] crop-containing P can account for 85% of the phosphorus fertilizers plants , and the fact that [29] applied to the field each year . P is often present in insufficient amounts in [2,3] the growing medium ** However, there is evidence that dietary phytate can have human- [24,25] to sustain proper plant health-promoting properties , so maybe a balance has to be growth and found – between being kind to the environment and to humankind. development, you might Who decides…? wonder why anybody would want to restrict Image from: Mr P Cuttings’ personal archive the ability of plants to References take up this essential [4,5] macronutrient . [1] http://passel.unl.edu/pages/informationmodule. However, they do – in php?idinformationmodule¼1130447043&topicorder¼2 cereals anyway – and here’s why.

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