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Differential tolerance to SO2, NO2 and their mixture in Lolium perenne L. populations from southern Poland



Differential tolerance to SO2, NO2 and their mixture in Lolium perenne L. populations from southern Poland



Bulletin of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Biological Sciences 32(9/10): 339-345



Seeds of Lolium perenne were collected from 6 sites subjected to different sources of pollution. 3-day-old seedlings from these seeds were fumigated continuously for 20 days with 400 micro g/msuperscript 3 of either SO2, NO2 or a mixture, or charcoal-filtered air(control). After this, DW of leaves, stubble and roots of 10 individual plants was determined. The results indicated tolerance to SO2, NO2 and their mixture in L. perenne populations from the different areas.

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