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Yellowing or bleaching of plant tissues due to the loss of chlorophyll or failure of chlorophyll synthesis. Symptomatic of many plant diseases, also of deficiencies of light or certain nutrients.

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lead and seeding

... however, greater concentration (its uptake is basically regulated by pH, particle size of the cation etc.) may exhbit toxicity symptoms such as chlorosis, necrosis, stunted growth and may also inhibit photosynthesis. i hope this could help.. i cannot anymore recall all the lessons that we had ...

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by aileen
Fri Jan 27, 2006 9:46 am
Forum: Botany Discussion
Topic: lead and seeding
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