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Master of Science (MS)
Plants, Soils, and Climate
R. L. Smith
Line-induced chlorosis is a nutritional disease affecting many fruit trees, berries, ornamental shrubs, and flowers in Utah and the western United States. In fact, this disease is of wide distribution on calcareous soils throughout the world. Lime-induced chlorosis has contributed to untold economic loss and has challenged the technical ingenuity of plant and soil scientists throughout the world. As yet the exact cause of chlorosis has not been determined; consequently, no permanent cures have been found.
Doney, Ronald Conrad, "The Effect of Various Levels of Bicarbonate, Phosphorus, and pH on the Translocation of Iron in Plants" (1959). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 2784.
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