Genetic Aspects of Pollutant Accumulation in Plants
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The object of our research was to study interspecies and intervariety variability of pollutant (nitrates, heavy metals, radionuclides) accumulation in productive parts of vegetable crops, as well as the character of inheritance of nitrate and heavy metal accumulation in tomato fruits in the open ground. We investigated the genetical basis of cadmium, lead and nitrate accumulation using the diallel analysis method. Genotype variation between tomato varieties and hybrids in diallel crosses in cadmium (12.8–15.5-fold) and lead accumulation (7.5–14.1-fold) was established.
KeywordsTomato Fruit Vegetable Crop Productive Part Nitrate Content Heavy Metal Accumulation
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