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Copper in plants: forms and behaviour



Copper in plants: forms and behaviour



Copper in soils and plants: 189-212



The known forms of Cu in plants (low mol. wt. forms and Cu proteins such as cytochrome and ascorbic oxidase, phenolase and laccase, superoxide dismutase, plastocyanin and others) are described.

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