Several works reported increases of pectin levels in Al-sensitive genotypes [29, 43, 57–60], and some also detected increase in Al contents in the same sensitive genotypes [29, 57, 60]. Agron. O Effects of acid precipitation on soil. ——. Physiol.83: 159–162. However, the loss of membrane integrity was only detected at the periphery of the cracks on the surface of the root apex. Ohio s Former Ormet Aluminum Plant a Toxic Hazard. Soviet Pl. Pl. Nutr.3: 367–374. Nutr.31(4): 521–535. Commun. 1974. De Carvalho, M. M., C. J. Asher, D. G. Edwards &C. S. Andrew. Forest Sci.24: 565–568. Effects of aluminum and calcium on the growth of subterranean clover in Appalachian soils. Soil Sci. In wheat root apices, [44] found that Al inhibits Annu. I. is one of the prerequisites for the induction of callose synthesis, but not the only factor modulating increases in callose synthesis and deposition [81]. Recently, Xia et al. Fitter, A. H. &R. K. M. Hay. Austral. For example it still remains unclear how and where Al exerts its influence throughout the cell cycle, if these changes are species and region dependent (most studies are performed in root apices), how the putative changes are exerted through time, and/or if they may be reversible after Al removal. Ulrich, B., R. Mayor &P. K. Khanna. Effects of phosphorus/ aluminum molar ratio and calcium concentration of plant response to aluminum toxicity. + Watering: The Aluminum plant needs to be watered differently during different times of the year. Yandow, T. S. &R. M. Klein. Soil72: 151–165. Therefore, Ezaki and coworkers concluded that some of the genes induced during Al exposure and oxidative stresses play protective roles against both stresses. Physiology of Al toxicity in rice. Newcomb, E. H. 1980. Physiol. As harmless and pretty as copper appears, it is toxic to air plants and should be avoided. Hiatt, A. J., D. F. Amos &H. F. Massey. Tingey, D. T., S. Raba, J. Wagner &K. D. Rodecap. 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