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Phosphorus-induced micronutrient disorders in hybrid poplar

Yuanxin Teng

Phosphorus-induced micronutrient disorders in hybrid poplar

by Yuanxin Teng

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Published by National Library of Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English


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SeriesCanadian theses = Thèses canadiennes
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination2 microfiches.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18682702M
ISBN 100315565896
OCLC/WorldCa24907202

Five micronutrients—vitamin B 6, vitamin C, vitamin E, magnesium, and zinc—play roles in maintaining immune function, and supplements containing them are often sold as immune boosters in doses that greatly exceed the recommended daily allowance. However, there is no evidence that such supplements have more benefits than merely following a. In contrast, broad-spectrum micronutrient interventions appear in early trials to be as effective as psychiatric medications with fewer adverse effects for treating mood disorders, ADHD, aggressivity, and misconduct in youth and adults. Broad-spectrum treatments also may improve stress responses, cognition, and sense of well-being in healthy.

micronutrient deficiency and magnesium toxicity in response to lime applications. Y. and V.R. Timmer. Phosphorus-induced micronutrient disorders in hybrid poplar. I. Preliminary diagnosis. Plant and Soil Timmer, V.R. Response of a hybrid poplar clone to soil acidification and liming. Canadian Journal of Soil Science. One impact of micronutrient deficiency is its potential to exacerbate existing disease and illnesses. In , nearly , children died from diarrheal diseases (the third largest cause of child mortality). Diarrhea, especially in children, has important links to malnutrition.

  MICRONUTRIENTS - Department of Nutrition for Health and Development WHO/NMH/NHD/EPG/ SUMMARY During , major efforts of WHO headquarters, in collaboration with WHO regions. Micronutrients are vitamins and minerals that are essential for human life and health. Deficiencies in these micronutrients are common because of poor quality diets and frequent infectious diseases in low- and middle-income countries. The high prevalence of deficiencies and their important adverse consequences on mortality, morbidity and.


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Phosphorus-induced micronutrient disorders in hybrid poplar by Yuanxin Teng Download PDF EPUB FB2

Abstract. The prevention and correction of P-induced nutrient disorders in hybrid poplar (P. × euramericana) were examined in field trials at an Ontario forest tree disorders were prevented and alleviated by Zn and Cu fertilization, confirming preliminary diagnoses that the growth inhibition was attributed more to induced Zn and Cu deficiencies rather than direct toxicity of P Cited by: Abstract.

Cuttings of hybrid poplar (P.×euramericana) clone DN 17, grown in potted soil at 4 levels of P and 2 levels of Zn and/or Cu in the greenhouse, were examined for suspected P-induced micronutrient orus inhibited plant growth and caused pronounced leaf symptoms typical of nutrient disorders.

Soil applications of Zn and Cu alone had no growth effect, although uptake of Cited by:   Growth and nutrition of four clones (DN 17, DNNM 2, Jac 4) of hybrid poplar in a sandy loam nursery soil, were examined for fertilization response to P at four rates (0, and kg ha−1) in and Except for clone NM 2, fertilization reduced height growth and caused various degrees of leaf symptoms suggesting nutrient by: Phosphorus-induced micronutrient disorders in hybrid poplar: 3.

Prevention and correction in nursery culture: Auteur(s) Teng, Y.; Timmer, V.R. Tijdschrifttitel: Plant and soil: international journal on plant - soil relationships: Deel(Jaar)Nummer: ()1: Paginering: 41 - Annotatie(s) 19 refs.; Summary (en) Online: full text.

Phosphorus-induced micronutrient disorders in hybrid poplar: 2. Responses to zinc and copper in greenhouse culture: Auteur(s) Timmer, V.R.; Teng, Y. Tijdschrifttitel: Plant and soil: international journal on plant - soil relationships: Deel(Jaar)Nummer: ()1: Paginering: 31 - Annotatie(s) 22 refs.; Summary (en) Online: full text.

Cuttings of hybrid poplar (P.×euramericana) clone DN 17, grown Phosphorus-induced micronutrient disorders in hybrid poplar book potted soil at 4 levels of P and 2 levels of Zn and/or Cu in the greenhouse, were examined for suspected P-induced micronutrient.

Phosphorus-induced micronutrient disorders in hybrid poplar - I. Preliminary diagnosis. (DN 17, DNNM 2, Jac 4) of hybrid poplar in a sandy loam nursery soil, were examined for. Books A - Z; Journals A - Z; Videos; Librarians; Browse Volumes & Issues.

Phosphorus-induced micronutrient disorders in hybrid poplar. Phosphorus-induced micronutrient disorders in hybrid poplar. Victor R. Timmer, Yuanxin Teng Pages OriginalPaper. Phosphorus-induced micronutrient disorders in hybrid poplar.

Yuanxin Teng, Victor R. Growth and nutrient responses of a carpa × P. deltoides hybrid to phosphorus(P), copper (Cu) and zinc (Zn) were examined in a 4P× 3Cu × 3Zn factorial experiment conducted in anunheated greenhouse from 20 May until 25 August, Increase of growth medium P concentration from 37 to mg kg-1 resulted in a mean increase in treedry weight of 53%, and increase of P.

This 2-year study examined the effect of fertilizers on tree growth and foliar nutrition in a Populus trichocarpa Torr. & A. Gray × Populus deltoides Bartr.

ex Marsh. plantation located in southwestern Québec. The treatments included a control that did not receive N or P fertilizer, inorganic NP fertilizers, organic fertilizers applied at 65–70 kg Nha –1, and organic fertilizers. Phosphorus-induced micronutrient disorders in hybrid poplar I.

Preliminary diagnosis YUANXIN TENG and VICTOR R. TIMMER Faculty of Forestry, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5S 3B3 Received 16 November Revised March Key words: foliar vector diagnosis, phosphorus toxicity, Populus, tree nursery culture, zinc and.

Cuttings of hybrid poplar (P. x euramericana) clone DN 17, grown in potted soil at 4 levels of P and 2 levels of Zn and /or Cu in the greenhouse, were examined for suspected P-induced micronutrient disorders. Phosphorus inhibited plant growth and caused pronounced leaf symptoms typical of nutrient disorders.

Phosphorus-induced micronutrient disorders in hybrid poplar III. Prevention and correction in nursery culture YUANXIN TENG and VICTOR R. TIMMER Faculty of Forestry, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5S 3B3 Received 16 November Revised March These interactions, known as phosphorus induced micronutrients disorder (Timmer and Teng, ) reduce solubility of micronutrients (Zn, B, Cu, Fe and Mn), which leads toward their non-availability to plants.

This phosphorus induced micronutrients deficiency has been proved in various soils and crops (Wang et al., ; Ajouri et al., ).

Reference: Diagnostic tools to evaluate the foliar nutrition and growth of hybrid poplars Phosphorus-induced micronutrient disorders in hybrid poplar - I. Preliminary diagnosis Citing article. Effect of phosphorus level on extractable micronutrients and their distribution among soil fractions.

Soil Sci. Soc. Sillanpa, M. Micronutrient and nutrient status of soil. Pedosphere 20(6): –, ISSN /CN /P c© Soil Science Society of China Published by Elsevier Limited and Science Press Dynamics of Soil and Grain Micronutrients as Affected by Long-Term Fertilization in an Aquic Inceptisol ∗1 LI Ben-Yin 1,2, HUANG Shao-Min 1, WEI Ming-Bao 3, H.

ZHANG 4,SHENA-Lin 1,∗2, XU Jian-Ming 2 and RUAN Xin. Present investigation was carried out with five micronutrients viz. Fe, Zn, Mn, Cu, B and their effect was compared with control for growth, yield, diseases, nutritional and. The International Institute for Science, Technology and Education (IISTE).

Science, Technology and Medicine Journals Call for Academic Manuscripts. However, these interactions are designated as phosphorus induced micronutrients disorders (Timmer and Teng, ), though phosphorus induced micronutrients deficiency is not common to all soils.

Journals & Books; Register Sign in. the poplar hybrid Tristis appears to be the most promising candidate for preventing excess phosphorus runoff due to its larger root systems, higher resorption efficiency among the hybrid poplar and V.R.

TimmerPhosphorus-induced micronutrient disorders in hybrid poplar. Plant Soil, (), pp. Micronutrients and mental disorders Article in Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine 27(4) January with 46 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Increased oxidative stress due to the production of excessive amounts of free radicals along with the effects of chronic inflammation play a major role in the initiation and progression of a host of disease states, ranging from cancer to posttraumatic stress disorder.

In varying doses, micronutrients, including antioxidants, B vitamins, and mineral.