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Absorption of monovalent cations by plant cells. 1. Search for an optimum culture solution for the production of excised barley roots


, : Absorption of monovalent cations by plant cells. 1. Search for an optimum culture solution for the production of excised barley roots. Bulletin de la Societe Royale de Botanique de Belgique 105(1): 83-97

Absorption of Na by excised barley roots was favoured by pre-treatment with a weak solution (0.2 meq/l), at about pH 7, containing nitrate and Ca.

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