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Title:
Characteristics of molybdenum absorption and translocation in soybean glycine-max plants
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Publication date:
1982
Summary:
In soybeans uptake of Mo was very low up to flower bud appearance and Mo contained in the original seeds may be important in maintaining root nodule Mo content. Later plants began to take up Mo and during pod filling Mo in roots and pod walls decreased rapidly while that in seeds increased. Contents of Mo, Mn, Fe, Cu and Zn were measured in soyabean seed from Brazil and Japan. The Mo content of seed from Hokkaido was low and increased with decreasing latitude except in the samples from SW Japan. Seed of early-maturing cv. had lower Mo conc. than late-maturing cv.
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REP.SB-0635
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harvest@worldveg.org

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