Chlorophyll Content of Deschampsia flexuosa Seedlings grown on a Calcareous and a Non-calcareous Soil

@article{Lee1966ChlorophyllCO,
  title={Chlorophyll Content of Deschampsia flexuosa Seedlings grown on a Calcareous and a Non-calcareous Soil},
  author={John A. Lee and Harold W. Woolhouse},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1966},
  volume={209},
  pages={1044-1045}
}
IT is well known that many plants characteristic of acid soils become chlorotic when grown on calcareous soils. This phenomenon is usually referred to as lime-induced chlorosis and has been associated with impeded iron metabolism of the plants grown on calcareous soils. This communication describes an unusual alteration in the ratio of chlorophyll a to… CONTINUE READING