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Афанасьева, Лариса; Кашин, Владимир (2013)
Publisher: Федеральное государственное бюджетное образовательное учреждение высшего профессионального образования «Алтайский государственный университет»
Journal: Химия растительного сырья
Languages: Russian
Types: Article
Subjects: Vaccinium uliginosum, berry, leaves, stems, roots, trace elements, ecotope, ГОЛУБИКА ОБЫКНОВЕННАЯ,ЯГОДЫ,ЛИСТЬЯ,СТЕБЛИ,КОРНИ,МИКРОЭЛЕМЕНТЫ,ЭКОТОП, ГОЛУБИКА ОБЫКНОВЕННАЯ, ВИТИМСКОЕ ПЛОСКОГОРЬЕ, ПИРОГЕННОЕ ВОЗДЕЙСТВИЕ, ВОЗРАСТНАЯ СТРУКТУРА, ОНТОГЕНЕЗ, VACCINIUM ULIGINOSUM L., голубика топяная, сортоиспытания, белоплодная форма V. uliginosum L., селекционная работа, морфологическая характеристика голубики, голубика обыкновенная, ягоды, листья, стебли, корни, микроэлементы, экотоп
The average concentrations and ranges of variation of nine trace elements was determined in plant of Vaccinium uliginosum growing in the forest and bog ecotopes of southern Baikal region. It was found that roots accumulate the most amount Mn, Fe, Cu, Ni, Pb, stems differ with accumulation of Cr, Cd, Zn, and leaves accumulate Co. We have concluded that 100 g berries of Vaccinium uliginosum can provide up to 30–48% of daily human nutrient requirement of Mn, Cr and Co
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