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The composition of bracken : some major- and trace-element constituents

, : The composition of bracken : some major- and trace-element constituents. J. Sci. Fd Agric, 4: 1, 10-20. bibl. 29

Periodic samples of bracken taken during the growing season have shown that the concentration of major elements (except calcium and sodium) decreases with age in fronds, and remains relatively constant in rhizomes, whereas trace-element concentration varies widely. Soil type has little effect on the mineral composition of fronds.


DOI: 10.1002/jsfa.2740040102

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