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Excessive iron and aluminium uptake and nutritional stress in corn (Zea mays L.) plants



Excessive iron and aluminium uptake and nutritional stress in corn (Zea mays L.) plants



Journal of Plant Nutrition 11(6-11): 1263-1272



Growth retardation and a range of chlorotic symptoms were observed in maize at the 6- to 9-leaf stage growing in E. Croatia and Bosnia in 1986. Plant analysis showed that chlorosis in plants growing on acid soils was induced by Al toxicity and P deficiency, that on calcareous soils by Zn deficiency and that on gleysols by K deficiency. Atypical chlorotic symptoms (yellow-green leaves) occurred generally on cambisols and the symptoms were attributed to Al and Fe toxicity. These nutritional disorders reduced plant DM content 4.6- to 10-fold and increased Fe and Al uptake 1.9- to 4.7-fold.

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