Tamara I. Balakhnina

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Barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) was grown in pots with brown loess soil and highly soluble amorphous silicon dioxide as the source of monosilicic acid to examine its influence on plant growth and adaptive potential under optimal soil watering and flooding. The adaptive potential of plants was estimated by the concentration of the thiobarbituric acid reactive(More)
Hordeum vulgare L. cv. Bartom seedlings grown on a substrate without or with zeolite were exposed to 450 and 1,000 µmol of Cd(NO3)2. Adding the zeolite to a substrate (+Si) resulted in the accumulation of mono- and polysilicic acids in the leaves, an increase in the growth of seedlings and biomass production, a decrease of the contents of thiobarbituric(More)
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