Copper binding by the root cell walls of Italian ryegrass and red clover

@inproceedings{Iwasaki1990CopperBB,
  title={Copper binding by the root cell walls of Italian ryegrass and red clover},
  author={Kō zō Iwasaki and Katsutoshi Sakurai and Eiichi Takahashi},
  year={1990}
}
Abstract The amounts of Cu bound by the root cell walls of Italian ryegrass and red clover supplied with 5.0 ppm Cu for 3 or 6 days were examined by desorption and chemical fractionation experiments. Furthermore, the maximum Cu-binding capacity (MCBC) of the root cell wall fraction prepared from the roots without Cu supply was determined in different ranges of pH and ionic strength. Desorption by 0.1 N HCl for 10 min removed 67% (Italian ryegrass) and 60% (red clover) of the total Cu in the… CONTINUE READING

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