Phytosiderophore release in bread and durum wheat genotypes differing in zinc efficiency

@article{Cakmak2004PhytosiderophoreRI,
  title={Phytosiderophore release in bread and durum wheat genotypes differing in zinc efficiency},
  author={Ismail Cakmak and Nebahat Sari and H. von Marschner and H Ibrahim Ekiz and Mehmet Kalayci and Ali Yilmaz and Hans J J Braun},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={2004},
  volume={180},
  pages={183-189}
}
The effect of the zinc (Zn) nutritional status on the rate of phytosiderophore release was studied in nutrient solution over 20 days in four bread wheat (Triticum aestivum cvs. Kiraç-66, Gerek-79, Aroona and Kirkpinar) and four durum wheat (Triticum durum cvs. BDMM-19, Kunduru-1149, Kiziltan-91 and Durati) genotypes differing in Zn efficiency. Visual Zn deficiency symptoms, such as whitish-brown necrosis on leaves and reduction in plant height appeared first and more severe in Zn-inefficient… CONTINUE READING
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