A method was described to determine root growth respiration and root maintenance respiration rate of plants, grown in culture solutions of high and low oxygen concentrations, during linear growth. Root growth respiration of aerobically grown plants was three to four times lower in the flood‐intolerant Senecio jacobaea L. than in the flood‐tolerant species. Senecio aquaticus Hill. Root growth respiration of Senecio aquaticus Hill decreased by a factor two to three upon transplantation to a culture solution of low oxygen tension. The difference in root growth respiration between aerobically and anaerobically grown Senecio aquaticus Hill was ascribed to the presence of a highly active non‐phosphorylating oxidase.
Physiologia Plantarum – Wiley
Published: Feb 1, 1978
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