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Potato and Bambara groundnut ammonium transporter (AMT1) structure and variation in expression level in potato leaf tissue in response to nitrogen form and availability
(Cape Peninsula University of Technology, 2014)
Plants require nitrogen (N) to support desired production levels. Nitrogen fertilization strategy is a major consideration in field management with regard to achieving both economic and environmental objectives. For instance, ...