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Fizjologiczne i genetyczne podstawy reakcji roslin na jony glinu


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Physiological and genetic basis of plant reaction to aluminium ions were presented. The mechanisms of aluminium toxicity and aluminium tolerance were discussed with the special reference to findings of aluminium tolerance markers and their chromosomal location.








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  • Instytut Hodowli i Aklimatyzacji Roslin, Radzikow, 03-510 Blonie


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