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Physiological effects of the boron-manganese interaction in tomato plants. III. Uptake and translocation of the microelements Mn, Cu and Zn



Physiological effects of the boron-manganese interaction in tomato plants. III. Uptake and translocation of the microelements Mn, Cu and Zn



Anales de Edafologia y Agrobiologia 38(5/6): 1013-1029



Uptake and translocation of Mn, Cu and Zn were studied in hydroponically grown plants of the tomato Marglobe receiving Mn at 0-50 p.p.m. and/or B at 0-10 p.p.m. Mn already accumulated by the plants was redistributed to various plant parts under Mn deficiency. B and Mn deficiency or excess resulted in low Zn uptake by the plants. B excess stimulated Zn translocation to the shoots whereas Mn excess resulted in Zn retention in the roots.

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