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Effect of the excess of zinc on pigment contents in seedling leaves of some crop plants



Effect of the excess of zinc on pigment contents in seedling leaves of some crop plants



Effect of the excess of zinc on pigment contents in seedling leaves of some crop plants: 17



In solution-culture trials, effects of 5, 50 and 100 mg Zn/l on leaf growth and 5 and 50 mg Zn/l on contents of plastid pigments in leaves of seedlings of 4 crops were studied in order to determine spp. resistance to Zn excess.

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