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African Journal of Agricultural Research
Nickel (Ni), is the 22nd abundant element in the earth crust, being an essential mineral nutrient found in natural soils in trace concentrations. The elevated levels of Ni pollution in the environment are due to industrial and agricultural activities. It is vitally important to understand both, the functional characteristics and toxic effects of Ni in plants. The quantity of Ni required for normal growth and development of plants is very low. However, Ni has been identified as a component ofdoi:10.5897/ajar12.407 fatcat:umcq6dmahna37ks6eb5jn2tg7m