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1353. Clements, H.F.. 1937. Studies in drought resistance of the soy bean.. Research studies of the State College of Washington, Vol.V (1):1-16.
Growth of plant was observed under normal and drought conditions. Growth under drought conditions was reduced. Hemi-cellulose under drought-resisting plants is much higher; soluble sugars did not change; total starch is increased. Although drought does not slow photosynthesis, it does slow the translocation of plant material. However, N metabolism is maintained at a higher level during drought, even though the growth rate is reduced. T: Growth curves for te various plant organs for 1926-27. Moisture content for various plant organs 1926-27. Nitrogen content for various plant organs 1926-27.

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