Iron-dependent changes of heavy metals, nicotianamine, and citrate in different plant organs and in the xylem exudate of two tomato genotypes. Nicotianamine as possible copper translocator

@article{Pich2004IrondependentCO,
  title={Iron-dependent changes of heavy metals, nicotianamine, and citrate in different plant organs and in the xylem exudate of two tomato genotypes. Nicotianamine as possible copper translocator},
  author={Axel Pich and Guenter A Scholz and Udo W. Stephan},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={2004},
  volume={165},
  pages={189-196}
}
The influence of Fe nutrition on the distribution of the heavy metals Fe, Mn, Zn, and Cu and of the heavy metal chelators nicotianamine (NA) and citrate in 6 different shoot and 3 different root parts and in xylem exudate of a NA-containing tomato wild type and its NA-less mutant was investigated. Under the same Fe supply the mutant showed higher Fe, Mn, and Zn concentrations in all organs investigated, with exception of the shoot apex. The Cu concentration in the mutant was only in root parts… CONTINUE READING

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