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Effects of Nickel Contamination on Nutrient Contents of Daffodil (Narcissus poeticus L. c.v. “Ice Folies”)

Year 2017, Volume 4, Issue 2, 99 - 102, 01.07.2017
https://doi.org/10.21448/ijsm.299885

Abstract

The objective of this study was to determine the effects of nickel on nutrient contents of daffodil (Narcissus poeticus L. c.v. “Ice Folies”) in nickel contaminated media. This research was carried out in a completely randomized experimental design with three replications in greenhouse conditions.  Four different doses of nickel   (control, 25 mg kg-1, 50 mg kg-1, 75 mg kg-1) were applied to each pot having 500 g soil:sand mixture in  2:1 ratio. The distillate water was used in irrigation and ½  hoagland solution was applied for fertilization. At the end of experiment the highest K, Mg and Ca contents of daffodil bulbs were obtained as 0.90 %, 0.91 % and 2.72 % in control respectively. The highest Fe (27.42 mg kg-1), Cu (7.62 mg kg-1), and Zn (20.99 mg kg-1)  were in 50 mg kg-1, 75 mg kg-1 and 25 mg kg-1 nickel applications respectively. Similarly the highest K, Mg and Ca contents of daffodil leaves were obtained as 2.2 %, 1.72 % and 5.87 % in control.  The highest Fe contents (66.62 mg kg-1) was in 25 mg kg-1 nickel application, while Cu (41.29 mg kg-1) and Zn contents  (41.04 mg kg-1) were in 75 mg kg-1 nickel application. Nickel applications increased micronutrients contents of daffodils except manganese.

References

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  • [2]. Zhang, F., Wang, Y., Lou, Z., Dong, J., (2007). Effect of heavy metal stress on antioxidative enzymes and lipid peroxidation in leaves and roots of two mangrove plant seedlings (Kandelia candel and Bruguiera gymnorrhiza). Chemosphere, 67:44–50.
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  • [7]. Hoagland, D.R., Arnon, D.I., (1938). The water culture method for growing plants without soil. Circ. Calif. Agr. Exp. Sta., 347-461.
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  • [10]. Rubio, M. I., Escrig, I., Martínez-Cortina, C., López-Benet, F.J., Sanz, A., (1994), Cadmium and nickel accumulation in rice plants. Effects on mineral nutrition and possible interactions of abscisic and gibberellic acids. Plant Growth Regulation, 14:151-157.
  • Marschner, H., (1995), Mineral Nutrition of Higher Plants. Second Edition. Academic Press, London, pp: 862.

Effects of Nickel Contamination on Nutrient Contents of Daffodil (Narcissus poeticus L. c.v. “Ice Folies”)

Year 2017, Volume 4, Issue 2, 99 - 102, 01.07.2017
https://doi.org/10.21448/ijsm.299885

Abstract

The objective of this study was to determine the effects of nickel on nutrient contents of daffodil (Narcissus poeticus L. c.v. “Ice Folies”) in nickel contaminated media. This research was carried out in a completely randomized experimental design with three replications in greenhouse conditions. Four different doses of nickel (control, 25 mg kg-1, 50 mg kg-1, 75 mg kg-1) were applied to each pot having 500 g soil:sand mixture in 2:1 ratio. The distillate water was used in irrigation and ½ hoagland solution was applied for fertilization. At the end of experiment the highest K, Mg and Ca contents of daffodil bulbs were obtained as 0.90 %, 0.91 % and 2.72 % in control respectively. The highest Fe (27.42 mg kg-1), Cu (7.62 mg kg-1), and Zn (20.99 mg kg-1) were in 50 mg kg-1, 75 mg kg-1 and 25 mg kg-1 nickel applications respectively. Similarly the highest K, Mg and Ca contents of daffodil leaves were obtained as 2.2 %, 1.72 % and 5.87 % in control. The highest Fe contents (66.62 mg kg-1) was in 25 mg kg-1 nickel application, while Cu (41.29 mg kg-1) and Zn contents (41.04 mg kg-1) were in 75 mg kg-1 nickel application. Nickel applications increased micronutrients contents of daffodils except manganese.

References

  • [1]. Kabata-Pendias, A., Pendias, H., 1979. Trace elements in the Biological Environment. Wyd. Geol., Warsaw. 300.
  • [2]. Zhang, F., Wang, Y., Lou, Z., Dong, J., (2007). Effect of heavy metal stress on antioxidative enzymes and lipid peroxidation in leaves and roots of two mangrove plant seedlings (Kandelia candel and Bruguiera gymnorrhiza). Chemosphere, 67:44–50.
  • [3]. Ankel-Fuchs, S., Thaver, R.K., (1988), Nickel In Biology: Nickel As An Essential Trace Element. In: Lancaster JR Ed. The Bioinorganic Chemistry of Nickel, Weinheim, Germany: VCH, pp: 93-110.
  • [4]. Barcan, V., Kovnatsky, E. (1998). Soil surface geochemical anomaly around the copper-nickel metallurgical smelter. Water, Air, Soil Pollution, 103:197-218.
  • [5]. Siedlecka, A., (1995), Some aspects of interactions between heavy metals and plant mineral nutrients. Acta Societatis Botanicorum Poloniae, 64(3):265-272.
  • [6]. Ozay, C., Mammadov, R., (2013). “Ağır Metaller ve Süs Bitkilerinin Fitoremediasyonda Kullanılabilirliği”, BAÜ Fen Bil. Enst. Dergisi,15:1, 67-76.
  • [7]. Hoagland, D.R., Arnon, D.I., (1938). The water culture method for growing plants without soil. Circ. Calif. Agr. Exp. Sta., 347-461.
  • [8]. Kacar., B., İnal, A., (2008). Bitki Analizleri. Nobel Yayın No:1241, Fen Bilimleri: 63.
  • [9]. Hunter, J. G., Vergnano, O. (1953). Trace element toxicities in oat plants. Annals of Applied Biology, 40 (4):761–777.
  • [10]. Rubio, M. I., Escrig, I., Martínez-Cortina, C., López-Benet, F.J., Sanz, A., (1994), Cadmium and nickel accumulation in rice plants. Effects on mineral nutrition and possible interactions of abscisic and gibberellic acids. Plant Growth Regulation, 14:151-157.
  • Marschner, H., (1995), Mineral Nutrition of Higher Plants. Second Edition. Academic Press, London, pp: 862.

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Primary Language English
Subjects Biology
Published Date July
Journal Section Articles
Authors

Arzu ÇIĞ>


Füsun GÜLSER>

0000-0002-9495-8839


Tuğba Hasibe GÖKKAYA This is me


Gülçinay BAŞDOĞAN This is me

Publication Date July 1, 2017
Published in Issue Year 2017, Volume 4, Issue 2

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APA Çığ, A. , Gülser, F. , Gökkaya, T. H. & Başdoğan, G. (2017). Effects of Nickel Contamination on Nutrient Contents of Daffodil (Narcissus poeticus L. c.v. “Ice Folies”) . International Journal of Secondary Metabolite , 4 (2) , 99-102 . DOI: 10.21448/ijsm.299885

International Journal of Secondary Metabolite (IJSM)

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