Phosphorus-33 uptake by seven grassland plant species from three contrasting soil phosphorus chemical forms

G.K. Phoenix, D.A. Johnson, S.P. Muddimer, J.R. Leake & D.D. Cameron
Data comprises of the uptake of the plant nutrient phosphorus (P) by seven common and often co-occurring herbaceous plants grown in limestone grassland soil in pots. P uptake is from one of three different sources of P that were injected into the soil, with the P sources being labelled with radio-isotope 33P, such that uptake of this could be quantified by assessing the radioactivity of the plant tissue. The plant species were grown in pots...
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