Nitric oxide content is associated with tolerance to bicarbonate-induced chlorosis in micropropagated Prunus explants.

@article{Cellini2011NitricOC,
  title={Nitric oxide content is associated with tolerance to bicarbonate-induced chlorosis in micropropagated Prunus explants.},
  author={Antonio Cellini and Francisco J Corpas and Juan B Barroso and Andrea Masia},
  journal={Journal of plant physiology},
  year={2011},
  volume={168 13},
  pages={1543-9}
}
Iron (Fe) chlorosis is a common nutritional deficiency in fruit trees grown in calcareous soils. Grafting on tolerant rootstocks is the most efficient practice to cope with it. In the present work, three Prunus hybrid genotypes, commonly used as peach rootstocks, and one peach cultivar were cultivated with bicarbonate in the growth medium. Parameters describing oxidative stress and the metabolism of reactive nitrogen species were studied. Lower contents of nitric oxide and a decreased… CONTINUE READING

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