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The dicamba induced damage in the petiole of the beetroot beta vulgaris var conditiva


, : The dicamba induced damage in the petiole of the beetroot beta vulgaris var conditiva. Acta Phytopathologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 14(3-4): 409-418

Beetroot is highly susceptible to hormone-based herbicides. The effects of dicamba (2,methoxy-3,6,-dichlorobenzoic acid) were investigated in the vascular bundles of the beetroot. Three concentrations of technical grade dicamba were applied and the resulting morphological changes were registered. The main damages were thickening of the walls of bundle sheath and phloem cells and the deformation and increase in numbers of vascular bundles. The number of vascular bundles increased significantly in all treatments.


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