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      Boron in Plants (part 1)

      2018-10-23 16:37:34    來源:tftyw    閱讀:3013

      Boron uptake by plants

      Boron uptake by plants is controlled by the boron level in soil solution rather than the total boron content in soil. Boron uptake is a passive (non-metabolic) process. It moves with water in plant's tissues and accumulates in the leaves; therefore, Boron uptake and accumulation are directly dependent on the rate of transpiration.

      Boron mobility in the phloem is now known to be plant-specie dependent.


      Boron Toxicities and Deficiencies


      Boron deficiency symptoms:

      Limited budding, bud break, distorted shoot growth, short internodes, increased branching, flower buds falling and inhibition of fruit and seeds development



      Boron toxicitysymptoms include:

      Chlorotic leaftips, leaf necrosis, and later leaves falling and even plant death.



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