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Absorption and transport of Fe and Mn in germinating sorghum


, : Absorption and transport of Fe and Mn in germinating sorghum. Plant Physiology 55(6): 1006-1008

The absorption of Fe from FeSO4, FeEDTA, and FeEDDHA (ferric ethylenediaminedi(o-hydroxyphenylacetate)), and Mn from MnSO4, MnEDTA, and MnEDDHA, by germinating sorghum was studied. The seeds were found to absorb Fe and Mn from all the sources, and these ions moved to the scutellum, shoot, and root. EDDHA facilitated greater translocation of Fe and Mn from the seed to the shoot and root.

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DOI: 10.2307/4264064


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