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Effect of nanoparticles suspension on the growth of mung (Vigna radiata) seedlings by foliar spray method

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Author(s): Shailesh K Dhoke | Pramod Mahajan | Rajashri Kamble | Anand Khanna

Journal: Nanotechnology Development
ISSN 2038-9671

Volume: 3;
Issue: 1;
Start page: e1;
Date: 2013;
Original page

Keywords: nanoparticles | mung seedlings | foliar spray

ABSTRACT
The present experimental investigation demonstrates the effect of nano-ZnO, nano-FeO and nano-ZnCuFe-oxide particles on the growth of mung (Vigna radiata) seedling. The study was carried out by spraying optimum concentrations of nanoparticles in suspension form on hydroponically grown test units and examining the effect on the shoot growth of seedlings. Based on biomass assay, it was found that the seedlings displayed good growth over control, demonstrating a positive effect of the nanoparticle treatment. The best performance was observed for nano-ZnCuFe-Oxide followed by nano-FeO and nano-ZnO. Absorption of nanoparticles by plant leaves was also detected by inductive coupled plasma/atomic emission spectroscopy.
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