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The quantities o f total amino acids on the ear leaf at the late tassel stage were 2617 and 2347 nmol c m -2 o n normal and Glossy 1, respectively. The quantities o f sugars on the two plant lines were 470 and 512 nmol cm -2 for glucose, 479 and 462 nmol cm 2 for fructose, and 1751 and 1190 nmol cm 2 for sucrose. The majority o f substances (75% o f the sugars, and 52% o f the amino acids) was collected after the first spraying. There was a risk o f leaching amino acids with a second Figure 1. ) by water spraying.
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