Copper Toxicity of the Cotton Plant in Solution Cultures1
- W. F. Sowell,
- R. D. Rouse and
- John I. Wear2
Cotton plants growing in solution culture containing a copper concentration of 0.8 ppm. or higher developed toxicity symptoms consisting of a darkened root system and loss of turgidity in the aerial parts. A copper concentration of 0.4 ppm. produced no toxic effects.
Copper accumulated in high amounts in the tip and mid portions of the roots; whereas, only small amounts were translocated to the leaves.Please view the pdf by using the Full Text (PDF) link under 'View' to the left.
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