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CHROMIUM TOXICITY IN MUNG BEAN, VIGNA RADIATA ANDBIOREMEDIATION BY PSEUDOMONAS FLUORESCENCE

@article{Abbasi2012CHROMIUMTI,
  title={CHROMIUM TOXICITY IN MUNG BEAN, VIGNA RADIATA ANDBIOREMEDIATION BY PSEUDOMONAS FLUORESCENCE},
  author={Abbasi and Hisamuddin and Merajul Islam Robab and Ambreen Akhtar and Rushda Sharf},
  journal={The International Journal of Plant, Animal and Environmental Sciences},
  year={2012},
  volume={2012}
}
  • Abbasi, Hisamuddin, +2 authors R. Sharf
  • Published 2012
  • Biology
  • The International Journal of Plant, Animal and Environmental Sciences
A pot experiment was conducted in the net house of Department of Botany, AMU, Aligarh to evaluate the effect of chromium applied as K2Cr2O7 at different concentrations @ 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 and 30 mg/kg soil on the growth parameters including shoot length, root length, nodule number, fresh weight and dry weight alone and along with Pseudomonas fluorescence. There was significant reduction in all the growth parameters at 30 mg/kg soil of K2Cr2O7 while non significant reduction was observed at… Expand

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