Conflicting Measurements of Sodium and Potassium Uptake by Barley Roots

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BARLEY roots have been widely used in studies of ion uptake, but there are conflicting reports about the uptake of sodium and potassium which need some reconciliation.

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PITMAN, M. Conflicting Measurements of Sodium and Potassium Uptake by Barley Roots. Nature 216, 1343–1344 (1967). https://doi.org/10.1038/2161343a0

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