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Differential response to Al-toxicity of two populations of Avena sterilis



Differential response to Al-toxicity of two populations of Avena sterilis



Journal of Agronomy and Crop Science 167(4): 277-284



Negative correlations between Al concn and root and shoot growth were detected in populations of A. sterilis from (a) a bauxite area and (b) a pasture area near Itea, Greece. Plants were grown in nutrient solution containing 0, 5 or 25 p.p.m. Al with pH adjusted to 4.5, 8.0 or 10.0. Population (a) grew better than (b) in all treatments, although it had greater amounts of Al in the roots. Shoot and root Al contents of both populations were greater at pH 10.0 than at pH 4.5.

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