seleniferous


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seleniferous

rich in selenium.
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Available Se concentration of seleniferous soils as extracted by different reagents is reported in Table 2.
001) between Se concentrations in maize and raya indicated that the amount of Se extracted by the 2 crops from different soils varied in the same proportion, but the crops differed in their ability to absorb Se from seleniferous soils.
at grain formation stage) from seleniferous soils of Punjab varied from 80.
001) in the seleniferous region of Punjab (Dhillon et al.
When grown in seleniferous soils, dry matter yield of wheat varied from 3.
Hot water soluble Se should serve as a reliable index of bioavailable Se in alkaline seleniferous soils.
In adsorption/desorption studies of Se carried out by Dhillon and Dhillon (1999), when soils were equilibrated with increasing levels of Se for 24 h, non-seleniferous calcareous soils from the Ladhowal and Teligi series sorbed less Se than seleniferous soils from Barwa and Simbly, but desorbed a relatively greater proportion to KCl.
75]Se equivalent to that released from seleniferous soils from Simbly and Barwa.
In the single extraction procedure, seleniferous soils retained higher percentage (av.
Among alkaline soils, this ratio was higher for seleniferous soils from Barwa (18.
6% and was greater for non-seleniferous calcareous (Ladhowal and Teligi) than seleniferous (Barwa and Simbly) soils.
Dhillon KS, Dhillon SK (1997) Distribution of seleniferous soils in north-west India and associated toxicity problems in soil--plant--animal--human continuum.