In the laboratory experiment it was shown that the pre-seeding treatment of Galega orientalis seeds with silver and copper nanoaquacitrates with application of the consortium of soil-healthy microorganisms of preparation Extrakon, had a synergistic physiological effect, initiated emergence and growth of seedlings and increased oxidoreductase activity in tissues. The activity of nonspecific peroxidases and catalase in tissues increased most strongly with inoculation of shoots with phytopathogenic mycoplasma Acholeplasma laidlawii — by 71.4 and 66.7 %, respectively. With presowing treatment of seeds in a 1 % solution of silver and copper nanoaquacitrates, the activity of peroxidase and catalase increased to a lesser extent — by 35 and 36.7 %.
Keywords: Galega orientalis, silver and copper nanoaquacitrates, oxidoreductase, consortium of microorganisms, mycoplasma, A. laidlawii var. granulum str.118
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