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Mitigation of ammonium toxicity by silicon in tomato depends on the ammonium concentration
Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica - Section B
Ammonium toxicity in hydroponically grown crops can affect tomato development. However, it has been shown that the silicon (Si) attenuates ammonium toxicity in plants depending on the plant species, the stage of development and the ammonium concentration in the nutrient solution. Thus, in order to investigate how Si attenuates stress caused by ammonium in tomato, a study was carried out involving plants cultivated up to 40 days after seed germination using nutrient solutions containing ammoniumdoi:10.1080/09064710.2016.1178324 fatcat:drj6x2pwvjg2zp4rqb3ivphxqm