STUDIES ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MISCANTHUS SINENSIS COMMUNITY AND SOIL : (3) SEASONAL VARIATION OF PRODUCTION OF MISCANTHUS SINENSIS GRASSLAND AND THE SOIL CONDITIONS

We report the result of some measurements made on the ionic exchange capacity of the root as the first step of the ion absorption to plant

Yoshimi SUGIMOTO; Ryosei KAYAMA; Norimichi YANO

1968

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  • The Tonomine site for grassland study is located a little west of the centre of Hyogo Prefecture
  • The site is covered with the seminatural grassland dominated by M. sinensis which is maintained for a long time by the farmers' burning
  • The seasonal variation of the root weight is remarkable in the layer 0-10cm in depth from the surface
  • We report the result of some measurements made on the ionic exchange capacity of the root as the first step of the ion absorption to plant
  • The absorption of ion is related to the ionic exchange capacity of the roots, and to the vigour and the respiration of the roots

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