Early responses to manganese (Mn) excess and its relation to antioxidant performance and organic acid exudation in barley cultivars

@article{Millaleo2018EarlyRT,
  title={Early responses to manganese (Mn) excess and its relation to antioxidant performance and organic acid exudation in barley cultivars},
  author={R. Millaleo and M. Rao and Elizabeth M. Ulloa-Inostroza and P. Duran and M. L. Mora},
  journal={Journal of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition},
  year={2018},
  volume={18},
  pages={1206-1223}
}
Manganese (Mn) is an essential micronutrient for plants, and is necessary for biochemical and physiological processes. The objective of this research was to determine the early responses to Mn excess and its relation to antioxidant performance mechanisms and organic acid exudation in commercial barley cultivars. We determined early responses to Mn excess in four barley cultivars (Barke, Tatoo, Scarlett, Sebastian), which were subjected to increasing Mn concentrations (2.4-150-350-750-1500 μM Mn… Expand
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