Responses of maize (Zea mays L.) plants to copper stress—I. Growth, mineral content and ultrastructure of roots
Ecophysical and ultrastructural effects of copper in Thlaspi ochroleucum (Cruciferae)
These findings, in combination with the reduced quantity of chlorophyll, indicate that the existence of a well-organized internal membrane system does not necessarily imply the presence of high am...
Response of Wheat Seedlings to Ni Stress: Effects of Supplemental Calcium
- G. Ouzounidou, Michael Moustakas, L. Symeonidis, S. Karataglis
- Biology, MedicineArchives of Environmental Contamination and…
- 1 April 2006
The decrease of t1/2 with increasing duration of Ni exposure indicates negative changes on the acceptor side of PSII, which also may result from diminution of Calvin cycle.
Effects of Copper Toxicity on Leaves of Oregano (Origanum vulgare subsp. hirtum)
The effects of copper toxicity on oregano leaves comprised significant structural alterations which reflect reduced metabolic activity and the number of stomata and glandular and non-glandular hairs increased significantly.
Growth and some photosynthetic characteristics of field grown Avena sativa under copper and lead stress
Amelioration of copper toxicity by iron on Spinach physiology
Abstract The effect of excess copper (Cu) on young spinach (Spinacia oleraced) as well as the role of iron (Fe) for amelioration of toxicity on growth and photosynthesis in Cu‐treated plants was…
Aluminum toxicity effects on durum wheat cultivars
Aluminum in the nutrient solution above 74.1 μM significantly reduced root growth of both durum wheat cultivare and can be suggested for screening of durum wheats on the basis of tolerance to Al.
Photoacoustic measurements of photosynthetic activities in intact leaves under copper stress
Plant metal content, growth responses and some photosynthetic measurements on field‐cultivated wheat growing on ore bodies enriched in Cu
Values indicate that there is a decrease in the pool size of the electron acceptors on the reducing side of photosystem II (PSII), a destruction of PSII centres and interference in the photochemistry of PS II.