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The influence of lead acetate and actinomycetes on germination and growth of vetch plant (Vicia sativa L.)

DOI: 10.18805/LR-370    | Article Id: LR-370 | Page : 689-692
Citation :- The influence of lead acetate and actinomycetes on germination and growth of vetch plant (Vicia sativa L.).Legume Research.2018.(41):689-692
Radmila Trajkovic, Milica Kostic, Tatjana Jaksic, Predrag Vasic, Snezana Andjelkovic, Snezana Babic and Dragana Stamenov tatjana.jaksic@pr.ac.rs
Address : Faculty of Sciences and Mathematics, Kos. Mitrovica, Republic of Serbia.
Submitted Date : 17-05-2017
Accepted Date : 13-09-2018

Abstract

The influence of different lead acetate concentrations (10 -5 M, 10 -4 M, 10 -3 M, 10 -2 M and 2 x 10 -2 M) both with and without presence of actinomycetes on germination and initial growth (root, leaf length and stem height) of vetch plant (Vicia sativa L.) was rated. Different lead acetate concentrations and actinomycetes (Streptomyces sp.) of 5, 7 and 9 breed’s types were used to treat vetch plant seeds. It was perceived that high lead acetate concentration of 2 x 10 -2 M has inhibitory effect on the studied parameters. Probes with the highest concentrations of lead with the presence of actinomycetes as much as 60% more seeds germinated compared to the probes without actinomycetes. Low lead acetate concentrations have stimulating effect on these processes, as applied in the presence of microorganisms, and in probes without inoculation.

Keywords

Leaves Root Seedlings Stem Toxicity.

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