Trace elements’ uptake and antioxidant response to excess of manganese in in vitro cells of sensitive and tolerant wheat

@article{Sieprawska2016TraceEU,
  title={Trace elements’ uptake and antioxidant response to excess of manganese in in vitro cells of sensitive and tolerant wheat},
  author={Apolonia Sieprawska and Maria Filek and Anna Tobiasz and Stanisław Walas and Danuta Dudek-Adamska and Emilia Grygo-Szymanko},
  journal={Acta Physiologiae Plantarum},
  year={2016},
  volume={38},
  pages={1-12}
}
Manganese, a microelement important for plant metabolism, when accumulated at higher doses, may act as a stress factor. Such action of this element is not fully recognized and is currently being intensively studied. The influence of manganese, at high (1, 2 and 3 mM) concentrations, on the induction of oxidative stress in wheat cells was studied under in vitro conditions. Calli of two wheat cultivars, different in terms of stress tolerance, were cultured for 7 days on Murashige–Skoog media with… CONTINUE READING

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