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Growth and copper content of anatomical plant parts as influenced by copper supply and time



Growth and copper content of anatomical plant parts as influenced by copper supply and time



Pl. Soil, 24: 339-342



Cu concentration and distribution in tomato leaf, stem and root tissue were influenced by Cu supply and by age of plant.

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DOI: 10.1007/bf02232914


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