Soledad García-Morales

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Aluminum (Al) is a beneficial element for some plant species, especially when used at low concentrations. Though some transcription factors are induced by exposure to this element, no data indicate(More)
The effect of three substrates derived from combining agricultural lignocellulosic residues and a volcanic rock called tezontle (40/60; v/v) was tested on the germination and biomass production of(More)
In acid soils, the solubilized form of aluminum, Al+3, decreases root growth and affects the development of most crops. However, like other toxic elements, Al can have hormetic effects on plant(More)
Osmotic stress causes a series of morphological, physiological, biochemical, and molecular changes that alters plant growth, development, and productivity around the globe. Phytohormones, nutrients,(More)
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