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Comparative physiological studies on boron as a plant nutrient. 2. Changes and distribution of boron content in tomato plants



Comparative physiological studies on boron as a plant nutrient. 2. Changes and distribution of boron content in tomato plants



Nippon Dojohiryogaku Zasshi 47: 138-141



B was supplied at 0, 1 and 30 p.p.m. Although leaf B content varied, its distribution pattern did not and it was always higher in the mesophyll than the petiole. Where B was supplied in excess, water-soluble B increased in all parts of the plants. Where it was deficient, leaves and roots contained less water-insoluble, 0.5 N HCl soluble B.

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