Zinc and copper induced changes in physiological characteristics of Vigna mungo (L.).

@article{Solanki2011ZincAC,
  title={Zinc and copper induced changes in physiological characteristics of Vigna mungo (L.).},
  author={Radha Solanki and Anju and Poonam and Rajesh Dhankhar},
  journal={Journal of environmental biology},
  year={2011},
  volume={32 6},
  pages={747-51}
}
The effect of deleterious concentration of zinc and copper provided either individually or in combination in the nutrient media was investigated in order to assess the effect of metal interaction in Vigna mungo (L.). Both metals showed negative effect and led to a marked decrease in seed germination (20%), seedling growth (91.7%) and nitrate reductase activity (85.7%) with the increase in metal concentrations. The present study also emphasizes on the response of catalase and peroxidase enzyme… CONTINUE READING

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