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NUENitrogen Use Efficiency
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NUENational Union of Educators
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For our calculations of nitrogen use efficiency (NUE) and its components, the plants under study should be in a steady state with respect to their N uptake and N losses.
It is estimated that by the end of 205050-70% grains from cereal crops will be required to fulfill the food requirement of a huge population of 9.3 billion (Smil 2005).Nitrogen use efficiency (NUE) can be defined as dry matter accumulation per unit of nitrogen applied.
High productivity, expressed as biomass or grain yields, does not depend on high NUE when N supply is not limiting.
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Nitrogen use efficiency (NUE) is commonly used to assess the relative conversion of N inputs into agricultural products and to indicate the risk of environmental N losses (e.g.