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Toxic limits and stimulation effects of some salts and poisons on wheat ...

Gerhard H. Jensen

Toxic limits and stimulation effects of some salts and poisons on wheat ...

by Gerhard H. Jensen

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Published by University of Chicago press in [Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Plants, Effect of chemicals on.,
  • Wheat.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesContributions from the Hull Botanical Laboratory ;, 88.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK751 .J4
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 p.l., 11-44 p.
    Number of Pages44
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6993056M
    LC Control Number08002260

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      This masking effect of the inorganic food salts upon the toxicity of inorganic plant poisons is paralleled by a similar action on organic toxic agents. Schreiner and Reed () found that the addition of a second solute to a solution decreases the toxicity of that solution; further the plant itself may exercise a modifying influence upon the   Chapter 33 - Toxicology INTRODUCTION. Ellen K. Silbergeld. Toxicology is the study of poisons, or, more comprehensively, the identification and quantification of adverse outcomes associated with exposures to physical agents, chemical substances and other

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TOXIC LIMITS AND STIMULATION EFFECTS OF SOME SALTS AND POISONS ON WHEAT CONTRIBUTIONS FROM THE HULL BOTANICAL LABORATORY LXXXVIII G. JENSEN (WITH THIRTY-FOUR FIGURES) That the vital activities in plants may be inhibited or accelerated by many mineral salts has long been known in a general way.

Hith- Toxic limits and stimulation effects of some salts and poisons on wheat By Gerhard H. Jensen. Abstract "Contributions from the Hull botanical laboratory LXXXVIII."Reprinted from Botanical gazette, vol. XLIII, no. (Ph. D.)--University of Chicago."Literature cited": p. THE TOXIC EFFECT OF CERTAIN COMMON SALTS OF THE SOIL ON PLANTS FLORENCE N.

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Occurrence, fate and effects of pharmaceutical substances in the environment—a review. Chemosphere. ; 36 (2)– Jensen GH. Toxic limits and stimulation effects of some salts and poisons on wheat. Botan Gazette. ; –44 1. Introduction. Hormesis is a dose–response phenomenon that is characterized by low-dose stimulation and high-dose inhibition (Calabrese and Baldwin, a, Calabrese and Baldwin, a, Calabrese and Baldwin, a, Calabrese and Baldwin, b, Calabrese, a).Over the past decade the concept of hormesis has generated considerable interest (Kaiser, ) since it has been observed to be The toxic effects of these metals, even though they do not have any biological role, remain present in some or the other form harmful for the human body and its proper :// Taking some time away from eating salt one can easily notice the negative effects of eating even a minute amount of sea salt.

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Zinc is POSSIBLY SAFE when taken by mouth in doses greater than 40   Phytotoxic Antibiotic Sulfadimethoxine Elicits a Complex Hormetic Response in the Weed Lythrum Salicaria L. Phytotoxic Antibiotic Sulfadimethoxine Elicits a Complex Hormetic Response in the Weed Lythrum Salicaria L.

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Bulletin No. Toxic limits and stimulation effects of some salts and poisons on wheat. Bot. Gaz. Trace metal phytotoxicity in solution culture: a review Peter M. Kopittke*, F. Pax C. Blamey, Colin J. Asher and Neal W. Menzies The University of Queensland, School of Land, Crop and Food Toxicological awakenings: the rebirth of hormesis as a central pillar of toxicology G.H.

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