L. I. Goncharova

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It has been found during a greenhouse experiment that the level of Cu content in the grain of fodder beans above 30 mg/kg of dry matter is critical in terms of phyto- and genotoxicity. The fodder beans cultivar Yantarnye acquires this toxicity level when the Cu pollution exceeds 100 mg/kg for a soddy-podzolic sandy loamy soil, 1000 mg/kg for leached(More)
It is shown on the basis pot experiment data that, depending on the concentration and length of effect of copper, not only the magnitude but also the direction of the effect can change. A dose-dependent accumulation of the metal and an increase in crude protein content are noted in the green mass of broad beans at a copper pollution level in sod-podzolic(More)
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