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Bibliography on toxicity of root excretions, 1936-1957
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Full text Full text is available 1936-1957 book a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by by: 1. The Kinetics of Potassium Accumulation by Corn Roots as a Function of Cell Maturity.
Oxidation of Malonate by Peanut Mitochondria. Effect of Some Isomeric Purine Analogues on Germination of Lettuce by: 1. Purchase Encyclopedia of Toxicology - 3rd Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNPatricia Frank is President of Patricia Frank & Associates, Inc., a consulting firm founded in that assists companies in the development and registration of human and veterinary pharmaceutical agents.
She is a past president of both the American College of Toxicology and the Roundtable of Toxicology Consultants. Alice Ottoboni lectures, writes, and consults in 1936-1957 book field of : Wiley.
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Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology. LeBoeuf, R. Thais emarginata (Deshayes): Description of the Veliger and Egg Capsule. The Veliger 14 (2. The aim of this experiment was to determine the effect of root excretions of spring cereal seedlings on seed germination of field pea and common vetch.
The experiment carried out in March and April under laboratory conditions (in the IUNG laboratory) involved oat, barley, wheat, triticale, field pea and common vetch.
Two concentrations of excretions were applied: I - corresponding to the Cited by: 3. The roots of each plant actively altered pH, both at the root tip and root hair zone (maize) and immediately behind the root elongation zone (peanut). Along the root elongation zone and at distances greater than cm from the root tip, pH moved towards the Author: Uzi Kafkafi.
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Tokin. ————— Plant root excretions in relation to the rhizosphere effect. A study of the properties of root exudate and its effect on the growth of micro-organisms isolated from the rhizosphere and control by: "The Lost Language of Plants" is a profoundly fascinating look at the central roles that plants play within ecosystems and a critique of a reductionist epistemology that sees only inert matter to be exploited/5.
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Assessment of Metal Accumulation in Plants using MetPAD, a Toxicity Test Specific for Heavy Metal Toxicity Article in Environmental Toxicology 15(5) December with Reads. Rats received 0, 70,or mg/kg/day of the chicory root extract by oral gavage.
There were no extract-related mortalities, and there were no clinical signs in any test or recovery group that were considered to be of toxico-logical by: Some effects of sorghums on soils and crops Arthur David McKinley Iowa State College Follow this and additional works at: toxic root excretions, (S) toxic products of.
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