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Copper-induced chlorosis in Becium homblei (De Wild) Duvign. & Plancke



Copper-induced chlorosis in Becium homblei (De Wild) Duvign. & Plancke



Plant and Soil 38(3): 671-674



B. homblei is normally resistant to the toxic effect of copper, but some plants may show signs of chlorosis. The chlorosis was due to interference by copper of iron accumulation in the chloroplasts.

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DOI: 10.1007/bf00010707


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