Differential tolerance of high manganese among rapeseed genotypes

  title={Differential tolerance of high manganese among rapeseed genotypes},
  author={J. Moroni and B. J. Scott and N. Wratten},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  • J. Moroni, B. J. Scott, N. Wratten
  • Published 2004
  • Biology
  • Plant and Soil
  • Cultivation of crop cultivars resistant to high soil manganese (Mn) may reduce the negative effects of Mn toxicity on crop yield. Three studies were carried out to select Brassica genotypes (B. napus and B. rapa) resistant to high Mn concentration and to characterise the nature of any Mn resistance found. In Experiment 1, 33 B. napus and nine B. rapa genotypes were screened in a sub-irrigated nutrient solution system. Based on visual symptoms and plant size, single plants were identified with… CONTINUE READING

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