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Susceptibility of various Gladiolus cultivars to fluoride pollution and their suitability for bioindication



Susceptibility of various Gladiolus cultivars to fluoride pollution and their suitability for bioindication



Pesquisa Agropecuaria Brasileira 32(3): 239-247



Ten Brazilian cultivars of Gladiolus, a species widely used as a bioindicator of gaseous fluoride pollution, were exposed to ambient air at a severely fluoride-polluted site (Mogi) and a control site (Piloes) near the industrial complex of Cubatao, Sao Paulo state during 1994. Leaf injury, leaf and flower dry weights and foliar fluoride concentrations were measured following exposure of plants for 4 weeks in pots raised 1 m above the ground.

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