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Короткова, Анастасия Михайловна (2014)
Publisher: Altai State University
Journal: Khimiia rastitel'nogo syr'ia (Chemistry of plant raw material)
Languages: Russian
Types: Article
Subjects: Triticum vulgare, наночастицы, медь, содержание меди, содержание фотосинтетических пигментов, хлорофилл a и b, каротиноиды
Исследована чувствительность фотосинтетического аппарата Triticum vulgare Vill. к воздействию различных концентраций растворов сферических наночастиц (НЧ) меди Cu0 диаметром 84±5 нм и сульфата меди (II) CuSO4. Содержание фотосинтетических пигментов (ФП) зависит от вида экзогенного агента, его концентрации и времени экспозиции. Пигментный аппарат пшеницы характеризуется выраженной избирательной чувствительностью к исследованным соединениям. Показано, что устойчивость пигментного аппарата убывает в ряду Cu0>CuSО4. Причем наиболее чувствительны ФП к 0,1, 0,01, 3, 6 мг/л Cu0 и 0,375, 0,75, 3, 6 мг/л CuSО4.
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