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Genetic aspects of heavy metal stress on different metal-tolerant populations of Silene cucubalus



Genetic aspects of heavy metal stress on different metal-tolerant populations of Silene cucubalus



Heavy Metals in the Environment: 296-299



The correlation between high malic acid contents and zinc-tolerance in plants prompted an investigation of isoenzyme variation in those enzymes directly involved in malic acid metabolism in zinc-tolerant and non-zinc-tolerant plants of populations of Silene cucubalus. For fumarase (FUM, completely monomorphic) and malate dehydrogenase (MDH) no difference in isoenzyme variation between the populations could be detected.

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