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Research Article

The Feasibility of Using Tartary Buckwheat as a Se-Containing Food Material

Table 1

Concentration of Se in plant parts of Tartary buckwheat, treated with different techniques and concentrations of Na selenate.

TreatmentSe content in plant parts (ng Se g−1 lyophilized sample)
RootsStemsLeavesSeedsHusks

Control (C)252 ± 30aC15 ± 3abA46 ± 4aB17 ± 1aA8 ± 3aA
Soil fertilization 0.002 mg Se L−1 (SF 0.002)246 ± 6aC7 ± 6bA57 ± 12aB12 ± 2aA10 ± 6aA
Soil fertilization 0.5 mg Se L−1 (SF 0.5)327 ± 7bD24 ± 5aA160 ± 10bC72 ± 4bB19 ± 7aA
Soil fertilization 10 mg Se L−1 (SF 10)969 ± 31cD44 ± 15cA253 ± 66cC185 ± 38cB50 ± 19bA
Foliar fertilization 0.5 mg Se L−1 (FF 0.5)251 ± 7aD15 ± 3abA139 ± 9bC65 ± 6bB15 ± 2aA

Values with a different letter are significantly different (); small letters indicate statistically significant differences within a single column, while uppercase letters indicate statistically significant differences within a single row.

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