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Low concentrations of salicylic acid increase nitrate accumulation in roots of Pinus patula
RUBEN SAN MIGUEL CHAVEZ
MARIO GUTIERREZ RODRIGUEZ
FRANCISCO ALFONSO LARQUE SAAVEDRA
Acceso Abierto
Atribución-NoComercial-SinDerivadas
SALICYLIC ACID (SA)
PROTEIN-NITRATES
PINUS PATULA
ROOTS
Seedlings of Pinus patula were sprayed with salicylic acid (SA) at concentrations between 104 and 10(-10) M. At the end of the treatment root and shoots were harvested and nitrate and protein content determined. All the salicylic acid treatments increased significantly nitrate concentration in the roots; the 10(-10) and 10(-8) M treatments increased the amount of proteins in the roots, but in the shoots no significant effect was detected.
2002
Artículo
Phyton. 79-82, 2002
Inglés
San-Miguel, Ruben & Gutierrez, Mario & Larqué-Saavedra, Alfonso. (2002). Low concentrations of salicylic acid increase nitrate accumulation in roots of Pinus patula. Phyton. 79-82.
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