2019
DOI: 10.1007/s11540-019-09439-8 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Developing cultivars that use nitrogen more efficiently is a sustainable strategy for reducing nitrogen use in crop production. To assess the genetic diversity for nitrogen use efficiency (NUE) and related traits in potato, a total of 97 (88 for the Western-European market and 9 Ethiopian) cultivars were evaluated at two nitrogen levels (40 kg/ha and 120 kg/ha) for 24 quantitative traits in Debre-Tabor and Injibara (Ethiopia) in the 2013 main rainy season (June to September). Highly significant variation was f… Show more

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“…The authors of [13] found differences between citrus rootstocks. These evidences suggest that one approach to reduce nitrogen use in crop production is the development of new cultivars with high NUE as described above, or with high nitrogen use efficiency, sometimes defined as the increase in biomass per unit of nitrogen content in the plant [3,4,14]. The objective of the present work was to evaluate if there are differences among olive cultivars in nitrogen uptake efficiency, and the possible interaction with soil type.…”
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“…The authors of [13] found differences between citrus rootstocks. These evidences suggest that one approach to reduce nitrogen use in crop production is the development of new cultivars with high NUE as described above, or with high nitrogen use efficiency, sometimes defined as the increase in biomass per unit of nitrogen content in the plant [3,4,14]. The objective of the present work was to evaluate if there are differences among olive cultivars in nitrogen uptake efficiency, and the possible interaction with soil type.…”
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“…Zebarth et al [31] reported that NUE declined in a curvilinear fashion as N supply increased in 20 commercial russet cultivars. However, Getahun et al [32] reported significant genetic variances for NUE and its component parts, as well as strong GxE interactions. NUE is a complex trait with multiple physiological and phenotypic facets, which complicates breeding [33][34][35][36][37].…”
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