UPTAKE OF NICKEL BY SPECIES OF ALYSSUM, BORNMUELLERA, AND OTHER GENERA OF OLD WORLD TRIBUS ALYSSEAE

@inproceedings{Reeves1983UPTAKEON,
  title={UPTAKE OF NICKEL BY SPECIES OF ALYSSUM, BORNMUELLERA, AND OTHER GENERA OF OLD WORLD TRIBUS ALYSSEAE},
  author={Robert Donald Reeves and Robert Richard. Brooks and Theodore Robert Dudley},
  year={1983}
}
It has been shown previously that 45 species of Alyssum (Cruciferae), found on serpentine soils, can accumulate nickel to levels above 1000 ug/g (on a dry mass basis). An investigation of most species of the Old World genera of Tribus Alysseae has now demonstrated that this remarkable nickel accumulation is exhibited by five additional serpentine taxa from Turkey and the Balkans: Alyssum peltarioides subsp. virgatiforme, Bornmuellera glabrescens, B. baldaccii, B. tymphaea, and the hybrid B. X… CONTINUE READING

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