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Effects of coumarin on some physiological processes in boron-deficient plants



Effects of coumarin on some physiological processes in boron-deficient plants



Plant Physiology Communications (6): 25-26



At 1-50 p.p.m., coumarin extracted from B-deficient olive Frantotio plants had inhibitory effects on barley seed germination and seedling, root and leaf growth, to an extent varying with the concn.

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