Influence de l'apport de strontium stable au sol sur la contamination par 90Sr de végétaux cultivés ray-grass et trèfle violet

René Kirchmann

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    The aim of experiments performed, in field conditions, from 1960 to 1962, was to study the behaviour of rye-grass and clover growing in soil in which various levels of stable strontium were added.
    The statistical analysis of results shows that the different treatments have no significant effect, at the P 0.05 level, on the 90Sr content of the foliage and the roots. But the differences in 90Sr content of these two species are significant at the P 0.01 level : content of rye-grass is lower than that of clover.
    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherSCK CEN
    Number of pages10
    StatePublished - Nov 1964

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    NameSCK CEN Reports
    PublisherSCK CEN

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