Accumulation of Fluoride and Aluminium Related to Different Varieties of Tea Plant

@article{Ruan2001AccumulationOF,
  title={Accumulation of Fluoride and Aluminium Related to Different Varieties of Tea Plant},
  author={Jianyun Ruan and Ming Hung Wong},
  journal={Environmental Geochemistry and Health},
  year={2001},
  volume={23},
  pages={53-63}
}
  • J. RuanM. Wong
  • Published 1 March 2001
  • Biology
  • Environmental Geochemistry and Health
Samples of young shoot, mature leaf, twig, root, and litter were taken from four recently bred varieties Zhe-nong 113, Zhe-nong 121, Zi-sun, and Bi-feng grown at two tea plantations located at Zhejiang and Jiangsu Provinces. The results showed that the concentrations of F and Al in tea plants were significantly different among the four varieties. It is therefore possible that F and Al concentrations in tea products can be reduced through variety selection. The results also revealed that old… 

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