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A bioassay of surfactant solutions based on the disturbance of seedling adhesion to the substrate and the development of root hairs by the rhizodermis



A bioassay of surfactant solutions based on the disturbance of seedling adhesion to the substrate and the development of root hairs by the rhizodermis



Izvestiya Akademii Nauk SSSR Seriya Biologicheskaya (4): 571-575



Based on the development of root hairs in seedlings of Fagophyrum esculentum, Sinapis alba, and Triticum aestivum, and surfactant Triton X-100 was bioassayed. Triton X-100 induced a loss of adherence to the substrate of F. esculentum and S. alba seedlings. It inhibited the development of root hairs in these species and also in T. aestivum. The new approach to bioassay of xenobiotics and pollutants is discussed.

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