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Physiological effects of the boron-manganese interaction in tomato plants. II. The uptake and translocation of macroelements



Physiological effects of the boron-manganese interaction in tomato plants. II. The uptake and translocation of macroelements



Anales de Edafologia y Agrobiologia 38(5/6): 991-1012



Data are tabulated on the uptake and translocation of N, P, S, K, Ca and Mg to the shoots and roots of hydroponically grown plants of the tomato Marglobe receiving Mn at 0-50 p.p.m. and/or B at 0-10 p.p.m. B stimulated the uptake and distribution of all macronutrients except K. At non-toxic Mn levels (<5 p.p.m.) the uptake and distribution of P, S, K and Ca were independent of Mn concentration.

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