Utilization of the water soluble fraction of wheat straw as a plant nutrient source

by J. L. Garland

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StatementJ.L. Garland, C.L. Mackowiak.
SeriesNASA technical memorandum -- 103497.
ContributionsMackowiak, C. L., John F. Kennedy Space Center.
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 18 p.
Number of Pages18
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NITROGEN. Form taken up by plant: NH 4 +, NO 3- Mobility in soil: NH 4 +: no; NO yes NO 3-water soluble, not influenced by soil colloids. Mobility in plant: Yes Deficiency symptoms: Chlorosis in older leaves, under severe deficiency lower leaves are brown, beginning at the leaf tip and proceeding along the midrib.   Wheat nutrient status. Data on wheat flag leaves analysis at flowering stage showed that N content varied from to 2 % (Additional file 2: Figure S2). Tissue N concentration of samples from all sites was below the critical value of %, suggesting there were insufficient N levels in the plant (Table 7). To increase the pool of N available Cited by: Polarizable Water Models from Mixed Computational and Empirical Optimization; High-Voltage Cycling Induced Thermal Vulnerability in LiCoO2 Cathode: Cation Loss and Oxygen Release Driven by Oxygen Vacancy Migration; Photoguided Shape Deformation of Azobenzene-Containing Polymer Microparticles. Included in the list are organic sources: biochar, rice hull ash, and livestock manure composts. Straw from wheat and other small grain crops contains high amounts of Si; wheat straw Si concentrations range from to 12 g kg −1 (Heckman, ). In addition to this, fresh rice straw can be a potential source of Si.

  Animal nutrition, 7th edition 1. Seventh Edition P. McDonald R. A. Edwards J. F. D. Greenhalgh C. A. Morgan L. A. Sinclair R. G. Wilkinson Animal Nutrition is a core text for undergraduates in Animal Science, Veterinary Science, Agriculture, Biology and Biochemistry studying this subject. A field experiment with rain-fed winter wheat investigated the nutritional aspects of paper-mill sludge as a mulch and incorporated into the topsoil. Treatments with chemical fertilizers were also used as controls. Paper-mill sludge used as mulch with high rate ( MG ha −1) and also the combined N and K mineral fertilizer treatments increased yield when a low potassium Cited by:   Soil Chemistry, Soil Fertility & Nutrient Management 19 2 Plant Nutrients Concentration, Mobility, forms, functions A mineral element is considered essential to plant growth and development if the element is involved in plant metabolic functions and the plant cannot complete its life cycle without the element. Maximum grain yield of kg &#ha -1, total dry matter yield kg &# h a -1, straw yield kg &# h a -1, plant height cm, spike length cm, grain per spike , thousand grain weight g were recorded on the application of S at the rate 20 kg &# h a .

environmental factors, including plant water status, interact to influence NUE. Similarly, plant nutrient status can markedly influence water use efficiency. These relationships are covered in detail in other chapters of this book. 1 International Plant Nutrition Institute (IPNI), Brookings, SD, US, [email protected] Utilizing field data for wheat and rice response to applied N and cotton response to applied K, the model predicts that the magnitude of the difference in the nutrient input requirement of a heterogeneous field for site-specific versus uniform nutrient application depends on (1) a curvilinear crop response to nutrient supply and the. wheat straw LCC NaOH-solubilized and water-soluble wheat straw LCC water-soluble barley straw LCC acetylated barley straw LCC 40% methanol in M sodium sulfate buffer THF Sarkanen et al. Kato et al. , Atsushi et al. Zimmermann et al. Zimmermann et al. Morrison Sealbert & Monties McCarthy et al. , Gravitational water moves freely in the soil and generally drains to lower portions of the profile carrying with it a fraction of plant nutrients and/or waste constituents. After all water has drained from the large soil pores and the water is held in the soil at 1/3 atm the soil is at field capacity.

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Kennedy Space Center.]. Characterization of the water soluble component of inedible residue from candidate CELSS crops. Utilization of the water soluble fraction of. wheat straw as a plant nutrient source. Investigator(s): Knott,W M; KSC Title(s): Utilization of the water soluble fraction of wheat straw as a plant nutrient source/ J.L.

Garland, C.L. Mackowiak. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Kennedy Space Center, FL: NASA Kennedy Space Center, Ammonium phosphate fertilizers are produced by passing amnonia through phosphoric acid.

The compounds of P within water soluble fraction are mainly in the forms of monocalcium phosphate or MCP [Ca(H 2 PO 4) H 2 O] in SSP and TSP, NH 4 H 2 PO 4 in MAP, and (NH 4) 2 HPO 4 in DAP in which over 90% of total P concentrations are water soluble P Cited by: 3.

There has been an increasing trend toward the utilization of organic industrial wastes such as those from the agricultural, forestry, and alimentary industries as raw materials to produce laccase enzymes under SSF conditions [65,67,68].The use of such wastes, besides making the process much more economical due to their nutrient content [61,69], helps to relieve the economic and.

The results show that the energy utilization potential of wheat straw in Henan province in, are, million tons of coal equivalent (TCEs), respectively, in the. Elke K. Arendt, Emanuele Zannini, in Cereal Grains for the Food and Beverage Industries, Protein. Barley protein contents range between 7 and 25%(Ullrich, ) and can be separated into four solubility groups: albumin (water-soluble fraction), globulin (salt-soluble fraction), prolamin or hordein (alcohol-soluble fraction) and glutelins (alkali-soluble fraction) as.

Rumen VFA concentration was also increased percent ( vs mM/litre) in sheep fed diets based on the high pressure steamed wheat straw, compared to untreated straw. In lamb feeding trials (Hou Guizhi et al., ), animals were fed equal amounts of mixed concentrate and wheat straw per day per animal ( g dry weight).

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Chibbar, S.S. and G.D. Singh, Paddy straw and water hyacinth silage. Indian Farming, 20(11)–6. Paddy straw and water hyacinth can be mixed to form a valuable silage.

Experiments are described in this paper. After washing, the hyacinth was drained and then cut by chaff-cutter into –4 cm pieces.

Wheat as a source of minerals. Iron deficiency is the most widespread nutrient deficiency in the world, estimated to affect over 2 billion people (Stoltzfus and Dreyfuss, ).

Although many of these people live in less developed countries, it is also a. Z.Šramková et al., Chemical composition and nutritional quality of wheat grain Acta Chimica Slovaca, Vol.2, No.1,- germ, % bran and % mealy endosperm (all constituents converted to a dry matterCited by: Wheat straw with only a protein-vitamin-mineral supplement will not maintain weight of gestating beef cows or calves.

Acock et al. () and Dinusson () have shown that feeding one-third alfalfa hay with wheat straw can meet the protein needs of the gestating beef cow and give some weight gain ( kg/day).

This study investigated the effects of biogas digestate application to soil with rice straw on nitrate leaching potential and nematicidal activity toward root-knot nematodes Meloidogyne incognita. The following seven treatments were set up: (i) control (CONT); (ii) chemical fertilizer (CF); (iii) wet biogas digestate derived from pig manure (WBD); (iv) and (v) dry biogas digestate derived Cited by: 2.

Another common practice is to dump the waste dust into an abandoned quarry near the plant. In either case, water pollution problems are encountered due to the solubility of the alkalies in kiln dust.

Typically, 30 to 60% of the alkalies present in kiln dust are water soluble and can be leached out as water percolates through the dust piles. Pectins are soluble in aqueous solutions; if the pectins are present as calcium salts then chelation of the calcium ions may be necessary.

Water-soluble pectin-like gums also are present in the seeds, roots, and bark of some plants. Pérez and others. Organic Waste for Biological Treatment. INTRODUCTION. The diverse metabolic and physiological characteristics of microorganisms, in addition to their ability to thrive in a variety of environments, may be exploited for the purposes of environmental remediation and waste treatment Axenic cultures or mixed populations of microorganisms with the ability to degrade.

This study was conducted with the aim of finding humic acid and crop residues effects on soil and wheat nitrogen at New Development Farm, University of Agriculture, Peshawar, Pakistan during winter The experiment was laid out in RCB design having four replications.

Different levels (1,2 and kg ha-1) of Humic acid were applied at sowing by: 3. Magnesium is an essential plant nutrient. It has a wide range of key roles in many plant functions.

One of the magnesium’s well-known roles is in the photosynthesis process, as it is a building block of the Chlorophyll, which makes leaves appear green. Magnesium deficiency might be a significant limiting factor in crop production.

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In water-limited environments, the plants can produce forage mass using water maintenance mechanisms in the plant. One of the processes is the osmotic adjustment. Osmotic adjustment is an adaptive response to cellular stress that in some cultures increases the avoidance dehydration and supports the production yield under stress [ 5 ].Cited by: 1.

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The switchgrass biochar in this experiment was a source of P and K for the plants due to measurable differences in plant, substrate and leachate nutrient concentration caused by biochar amendment. In hydrangea, Ca concentration decreased in foliar, substrate and leachate after 25% biochar amendment by: 5.

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In contrast to P, straw application had a significant impact on the content of plant-available K. Straw contains relatively more K than cereal grains, and it is an important source of K in crop rotation.

As the earlier studies show, digestate may also be a valuable source of K in soil [3,21].Author: Przemysław Barłóg, Lukáš Hlisnikovský, Eva Kunzová. Free Online Library: Replacing concentrate with wheat straw treated with urea molasses and ensiled with manure: effects on ruminal characteristics, in situ digestion kinetics and nitrogen metabolism of.(Report) by "Asian - Australasian Journal of Animal Sciences"; Agricultural industry Biological sciences Bulls Food and nutrition Bulls (Cattle) Cattle feed.

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Bostanci, S.; Yalinkilic, M. K. Pulping-Conf-Proc (book 2): pHowever, increasing the level of concentrate supplementation decreased the pH, increased the immediately soluble dietary fraction, and tended to decrease the potentially degradable fraction.

In conclusion, application of the enzyme increased nutrient digestion and the efficiency of milk production by the cows.For immobile nutrients, like phosphorus, plants can only extract the nutrient from soil close to the root surface, very little of the nutrient is moved to the root by water in the transpiration stream because soil solution concentrations are minute .