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Copper supply in relation to content and redistribution of copper among organs of the wheat plant



Copper supply in relation to content and redistribution of copper among organs of the wheat plant



Annals of Botany 45(6): 621-632



The relationship of Cu supply to the content and movement of Cu among organs of wheat plants was examined at 7 stages in their growth from seedlings to maturity on a Cu-deficient sand. In (a) the absence of Cu, plants became severely Cu deficient and produced no grain; development of tillers, leaves, stems, and inflorescences was delayed and growth of roots strongly depressed; leaf senescence was retarded and tiller growth was prolonged.

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