Effect of selenium in soil on the toxicity and uptake of arsenic in rice plant

Volume: 239, Pages: 124712 - 124712
Published: Jan 1, 2020
Abstract
Selenium can regulate arsenic toxicity by strengthening antioxidant potential, but the antagonism between selenite or selenate nutrient and the translocation of arsenic species from paddy soil to different rice organs are poorly understood. In this study, a pot experiment was designed to investigate the effect of selenite or selenate on arsenite or arsenate toxicity to two indica rice cultivars (namely Ming Hui 63 and Lu You Ming Zhan), and the...
Paper Details
Title
Effect of selenium in soil on the toxicity and uptake of arsenic in rice plant
Published Date
Jan 1, 2020
Volume
239
Pages
124712 - 124712
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