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Characteristics of the Absorption of Cherry Tomato by the Application of Chelated Calcium and Germanium
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Characteristics of the Absorption of Cherry Tomato by the Application of Chelated Calcium and Germanium
Jang, Young-Hee; Lee, Seung-Hwan; Park, Young-Il; Lee, Kyu-Seung;
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 Abstract
Bloods from slaughtered Korean native cattle (Hanwoo : Bos taurus coreanae) can be used in agriculture with various beneficial effects on the environment. This study was performed to find out the effect of the application of calcium and germanium, which are chelated with peptides made of cattle bloods on the absorption of them by cherry tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.). Peptide was purified by enzymatic hydrolysis and ultrafiltration from serum protein, which is composed of Asp, Glu, Lue etc. Chelated Ca and Ge were produced by reacting the peptide with and Ge-. Then, they were applied to cherry tomato during cultivation period at the rate of (10 days interval) for each tomato tree. Application of chelated-Ca increased the Ca contents in leaves and fruits of cherry tomato showing as 19.9% and 23.4% in newerly prepared chelated-Ca-200 (), 8.1% and 6.8% in commecrial Calciolid Ca-300 () compared to 3152.6 and in control, respectively. Application of chelated-Ge showed the increase in the germanium contents in both leaves and fruits of cherry tomato by over 6 times than those of control and over 4 times than Ge -20 application. As a result of this study, it seemed that the application of chelated-Ca and chelated-Ge would be more effective than the existing commertial one in the absorption of calcium and germanium by cherry tomato.
 Keywords
Peptide;Chelate;Calcium;Germanium;Cherry tomato;
 Language
Korean
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