Effect of exogenous lanthanum on accumulation of cadmium and its chemical form in Tomatoes

@article{Xie2014EffectOE,
  title={Effect of exogenous lanthanum on accumulation of cadmium and its chemical form in Tomatoes},
  author={Wenwen Xie and Shijuan Xiong and Weihong Xu and Rong Chen and Jinzhong Zhang and Zhiting Xiong},
  journal={Wuhan University Journal of Natural Sciences},
  year={2014},
  volume={19},
  pages={221-228}
}
In the condition that soil is polluted by Cd (20 mg · L−1), two varieties of tomato (Lycopersicon esculintum Mill.) (plant high Cd-enriched variety (Yufen109) and plant low Cd-enriched variety (4641)) treated with LaCl3 of different concentration (0, 10 and 20 mg · L−1) were determined for their effect on plant dry weight, anti-oxidase activity (CAT, SOD and POD), tomato fruit Cd chemical form and Cd accumulation. The results show that 10 mg · L−1 LaCl3 can increase dry weight of plant at… CONTINUE READING

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L−1 ) can reduce Cd concentration in leaves , stems , roots and fruits of tomato plants with lowering rates of 13.7%–31.9% , 9.5%–30.6% , 10.8%–44.5% and 19.4%–37.0% , respectively .
L−1 ) can reduce Cd concentration in leaves , stems , roots and fruits of tomato plants with lowering rates of 13.7%–31.9% , 9.5%–30.6% , 10.8%–44.5% and 19.4%–37.0% , respectively .
L−1 ) can reduce Cd concentration in leaves , stems , roots and fruits of tomato plants with lowering rates of 13.7%–31.9% , 9.5%–30.6% , 10.8%–44.5% and 19.4%–37.0% , respectively .
L−1 ) can reduce Cd concentration in leaves , stems , roots and fruits of tomato plants with lowering rates of 13.7%–31.9% , 9.5%–30.6% , 10.8%–44.5% and 19.4%–37.0% , respectively .
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