Advances in selected plant physiology aspects by Giuseppe Montanaro; Bartolomeo Dichio

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In this work, lupin plants were grown in nutrient solution with the indicated Cu concentration. This protein increase could represent the positive balance from the inactivation of some proteins whereas other proteins are formed in relation to the defense response. Characterization of Plant Antioxidative System in Response to Abiotic Stresses: A Focus on Heavy Metal Toxicity 27 In figure 3, we present the protein profile of Lupinus luteus leaves after 11 days of exposition to different Cu concentrations.

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