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. 19 1 9 Alejar, A. A. and Felizardo, J. R. (1985): Light and phosphorus interaction on growth, nitrogen fixation and mineralization of Azolla pinnata

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phosphorus . Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis . 30 . ( 15-16 ) 2113 - 2122 . Fox , J. and Monette , G. , 1992 . Generalized

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Abid, M., Ahmad, F., Ahmad, N., Ahmad, I. (2002): Effect of phosphorus on growth, yield and mineral composition of wheat in different textured saline sodic soils. Asian J. Plant Sci. , 1 , 472

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1992 DeMooy, C. J., Young, J. L., Kaap, J. D. (1973): Comparative response of soyabean and corn to phosphorus and potassium. Agron. J. , 65

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Section, Department of Animal Science Singh, T. (1978): The effect of nitrogen and phosphorus on the yield and quality of Isbagol ( Plantago ovata ). M.Sc. Thesis, College of Agri., P

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in wheat cultivars: relationship to phosphorus. Can. J. Bot. , 74 , 19–25. Todd T. C. Mycorrhizal response in wheat cultivars: relationship to phosphorus

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Thermogravimetry, differential thermal analysis, and IR spectroscopy were used to investigate the process of thermal destruction of adsorbed polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) in air. The disperse adsorbents were pristine fumed silica and modified fumed silica whose surface contained oxygen compounds of phosphorus. It was shown that under the given experimental conditions the thermal destruction of PDMS on the fumed silica surface was accompanied by the complete transformation of the adsorbed PDMS to SiO2. In the case of phosphorus-containing silica, the thermal destruction proceeded in a different way. It was found that at 140–300C depolymerization of the siloxane chains of a certain part of the adsorbed polymer took place with the concurrent removal of volatile products of the reaction. However, the remaining part of the adsorbed PDMS interacted with the modified silica surface to form chemisorbed dimethylsilyl structures. The thermal destruction of the chemisorbed fragments of PDMS in air was initiated at 400C or above for both types of silica investigated.

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Plant litter of Zygophyllum was collected in the desert region (Suez desert region and Mediterranean coastal region). The litter was subdivided into leaves, stems, flowers and fruits. The mean total litter production was 173.3 g per shrub per year in the Mediterranean region and 138.3 g per shrub per year in the Suez region. Leaves constitute generally the largest litter category composing 70-76% of the total litter. The nitrogen and phosphorus concentration of fresh leaves was found to be twofold more than that of nitrogen and phosphorus found in the litter.

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Batten, G.D., Wardlaw, I.F., Aston, M.J. 1986. Growth and the distribution of phosphorus in wheat developed under various phosphorus and temperature regimes. Aust. J. Agric. Res. 37 :459–469. Aston M

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, the degradation and combustion characteristics of two sets of styrenic oligomers, one containing phosphorus and the other containing both phosphorus and nitrogen, have been determined using TG and PCFC. The change in the glass transition temperature

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