Effect of variation in Nickel concentration on Growth of Maize plant: A comparative over view for Pot and Hoagland culture

@inproceedings{Rathor2014EffectOV,
  title={Effect of variation in Nickel concentration on Growth of Maize plant: A comparative over view for Pot and Hoagland culture},
  author={Gopal Rathor and Neelam Chopra and Tapan Adhikari},
  year={2014}
}
Nickel is essential element in low concentration for maize plant growth while at high concentration it is toxic. The level of nickel toxicity on root, shoot length and dry biomass of maize was studied, compared to control. A pot (60days) and solution culture experiment (20 days) were conducted to study the effect of nickel concentration on maize plants. Seeds of maize were exposed to a range of nickel levels (0, 10, 20, 30 and 40 mg L -1 ) prepared in Hoagland nutrient solution and in pot… CONTINUE READING

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