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Response of pinto bean phaseolus vulgaris cultivar pinto 111 plants exposed to ozone sulfur di oxide or mixtures at varying temperatures


Response of pinto bean phaseolus vulgaris cultivar pinto 111 plants exposed to ozone sulfur di oxide or mixtures at varying temperatures



HortScience 16(4): 548-550



ISSN/ISBN: 0018-5345

Pinto bean plants (P. vulgaris L. cv. Pinto 111) in the unifoliolate leaf state were exposed for 3 h to 0.8 ppm SO2, 0.25 ppm O3, or a mixture of the 2 pollutants at these concentrations at 15, 24 or 32.degree. C. Foliage exposed to O3 alone developed adaxial stipple and leaves exposed to SO2 alone developed interveinal necrosis. The mixture of O3 and SO2 induced O3-type symptoms at 32.degree. C and SO2-type symptoms at 15.degree. C. Both symptom types were present at 24.degree. C. Some abaxial glazing or silvering was also induced by the mixture and was most common at 15 and 24.degree.C. O3 and SO2 each induced greater foliar injury at 15 or 32, as compared to 24.degree. C. The mixture of O3 and SO2 induced greatest macroscopic foliar injury at 15.degree. C. The degree of adaxial vs. abaxial leaf surface injury varied with temperature.

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