Anatomical and physiological responses of citrus trees to varying boron availability are dependent on rootstock

Anatomical and physiological responses of citrus trees to varying boron availability are dependent on rootstock

Geisa L. Mesquita, Fernando C. B. Zambrosi, Francisco A. O. Tanaka, Rodrigo M. Boaretto, José A. Quaggio, Rafael V. Ribeiro, Dirceu Mattos

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In Citrus, water, nutrient transport and thereby fruit production, are influenced among other factors, by the interaction between rootstock and boron (B) nutrition. This study aimed to investigate how B affects the anatomical structure of roots and leaves as well as leaf gas exchange in sweet orange...

FUNDAÇÃO DE AMPARO À PESQUISA DO ESTADO DE SÃO PAULO - FAPESP

CONSELHO NACIONAL DE DESENVOLVIMENTO CIENTÍFICO E TECNOLÓGICO - CNPQ

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Anatomical and physiological responses of citrus trees to varying boron availability are dependent on rootstock

Geisa L. Mesquita, Fernando C. B. Zambrosi, Francisco A. O. Tanaka, Rodrigo M. Boaretto, José A. Quaggio, Rafael V. Ribeiro, Dirceu Mattos


										

Anatomical and physiological responses of citrus trees to varying boron availability are dependent on rootstock

Geisa L. Mesquita, Fernando C. B. Zambrosi, Francisco A. O. Tanaka, Rodrigo M. Boaretto, José A. Quaggio, Rafael V. Ribeiro, Dirceu Mattos

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    Frontiers in plant science

    Vol. 7 (Mar., 2016), n. art. 224