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Relation between the difference of sensitivity of plant root on boron deficiency and the state of chromatin in cell nucleus


, : Relation between the difference of sensitivity of plant root on boron deficiency and the state of chromatin in cell nucleus. Botanical Research ( 5): 223-229

The sensitivity of cucumber, mung bean, barley and wheat seedlings to B deficiency was studied in solution culture in the presence and absence of 0.5 p.p.m. B. B increased the length and weight of roots of all 4 species compared with those grown in the absence of B. Sensitivity to B deficiency was correlated with the state of chromatin in the cell nucleus.

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