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Studies on the levels of some heavy metals in Phaseolus vulgaris L. in relation to treatments with NiSO4 and NiEDTA



Studies on the levels of some heavy metals in Phaseolus vulgaris L. in relation to treatments with NiSO4 and NiEDTA



Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenphysiologie 91(5): 443-452



Beans, Saxa, were grown in nutrient solutions containing 5, 50 or 300 mu M NiSO4 or NiEDTA. After 10 days the leaves, stems and roots of plants grown in 300 mu M NiSO4 contained 606, 815 and 770 mu g Ni/g dry matter, respectively, whereas the equivalent Ni leaf, stem and root contents of plants grown in 300 mu M NiEDTA were 130, 115 and 127 mu g Ni/g dry matter, respectively.

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