mengel k 1994 iron availability in plant tissues iron chlorosis on ca

mengel k 1994 iron availability in plant tissues iron chlorosis on ca

  • (PDF) Iron and Calcium Availability to Groundnut Plants as

    To assess possible causes of soil and plant iron deficiency and chlorosis in groundnut (Arachis hypogaea L.) on calcareous clay loam soils of Karnataka, India, a pot experiment was conducted to evaluate the availability of iron and calcium at varying

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  • Iron availability in plant tissuesiron chlorosis on

    Even on calcareous soils and even in plants with chlorosis the Fe concentration in the roots is several times higher than the Fe concentration in the leaves. This shows that the Fe availability in the soil is not the critical process leading to chlorosis but rather the Fe uptake from the root apoplast into the cytosol of

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  • Relationship between iron chlorosis and alkalinity in Zea

    Chlorosis induced by iron deficiency, however, does not always implicate low total Fe contents in plant tissue 5862 , because Fe may be immobilized in the apoplast and not be physiologically

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  • The dynamics of iron in the leaf apoplast Springer for

    The Apoplast of Higher Plants: Compartment of Storage, Transport and Reactions The dynamics of iron in the leaf apoplast Significance for the iron nutrition of plants

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  • Iron availability in plant tissues iron chlorosis on

    Mengel K. (1995) Iron availability in plant tissues iron chlorosis on calcareous soils. In: Abadía J. (eds) Iron Nutrition in Soils and Plants. Developments in Plant and Soil Sciences, vol 59.

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  • BicarbonateInduced Alkalinization of the Xylem Sap in

    Mengel K (1994) Iron availability in plants tissues: iron chlorosis on calcareous soils. Plant Soil 165 : 275283 Mengel K, Plänker R, Hoffmann B (1994) Relationship between leaf apoplast pH and iron chlorosis of sunflower ( Helianthus annuus L).

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