By Umesh C. Gupta
Molybdenum (Mo) deficiencies in field-grown crops have been first recorded greater than fifty years in the past. This ebook condenses all of the details at present to be had as regards to molybdenum because it pertains to soils, plants and cattle. The publication stories our wisdom of the chemistry and mineralogy of Mo, the extraction of obtainable Mo from a variety of soils, a few of the analytical equipment of picking Mo in soils and crops, the biochemical function of Mo in crop construction, the expertise and alertness of Mo fertilizers to vegetation, the reaction to Mo of varied temperate and tropical plants, Mo deficiency and toxicity in a variety of plant species, the interplay of Mo with different plant meals, and the distribution of Mo in the plant. components affecting the provision of soil Mo to crops and Mo prestige within the semi-arid and sub-humid tropics also are mentioned.
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Complex ions of Mo in all oxidation states from II to VI are known to exist in aqueous solution (Haight and Boston, 1973), but probably are not important in most natural systems. Dolukhanova (1960) proposed that Mo occurs as a complex with sulfate (MoO2SO4°) in systems that contain high sulfate concentrations, such as the waters draining many ore deposits. There have been several conflicting reports in the literature on Mo speciation and behavior in aqueous systems. Haight and Boston (1973) 32 Kathleen S.