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Action of humic Acid Preparations on Leaf Development, Mineral Elements Contents and Chloroplast Ultrastructure of Ryegrass Plants

AuthorsFortún, Consuelo ; Rapsch, Sonia; Ascaso, Carmen CSIC ORCID
Ryegrass Plants
Mineral Elements
Leaf Development
Chloroplast ultrastructure
Issue Date1985
PublisherCzechoslovak Academy of Sciences
CitationPhotosynthetica 19(3): 294-299( 1985)
AbstractThe action of humic acid preparations obtained from straw or peal fermented under controlled conditions on mineral elements contents, área and dimensions of leaves, and ultrastructure of chloroplasts of Lolium perenne L. plants was studied. The naturally fermented organic materials were the source of most effective humic acid preparations. Quantitative transmission electrón microscopy indicated that the treatment of Lolium plants with humic acid from peal incubated without additives induced the most important increase of photosynthetic structures.
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