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INFLUENCE OF SODIUM ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE FIBRO-VASCULAR BUNDLES IN HEMP PLANTS

G. TREGGI
Plant and Soil
Vol. 15, No. 4 (December 1961), pp. 291-294
Published by: Springer
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/42931945
Page Count: 6

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Topics: Plants, Sodium, Hemp, Lumens, Soil salts, Cambium, Histology, Basal dressings
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INFLUENCE OF SODIUM ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE FIBRO-VASCULAR BUNDLES IN HEMP PLANTS
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Abstract

The development of the fibrous zone in hemp plants is favourably affected by a moderate Na-supply (6 to 12% of sum of K, Na, Ca, and Mg ions in the medium). Sodium is supposed to have an indirect effect on the formation of fibrovascular tissue by conferring greater mobility and therefore greater availability upon phosphorus.

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