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Fig. 2 | Chemical and Biological Technologies in Agriculture

Fig. 2

From: Hygienic characteristics of radishes grown in soil contaminated with Stenotrophomonas maltophilia

Fig. 2

Plot of a loadings (agronomic and quality parameters of radish plants at harvest) and b scores (trials) formed by the first two principal components from the PCA analysis. ASS autoclaved soil inoculated with S. maltophilia LMG 6606, AS autoclaved soil, nASS non-autoclaved soil inoculated with S. maltophilia LMG 6606, nAS non-autoclaved soil, ASSwS autoclaved soil weekly inoculated with S. maltophilia LMG 6606, ASwR autoclaved soil weekly added with Ringer’s solution, nASSwS non-autoclaved soil weekly inoculated with S. maltophilia LMG 6606, nASwR non-autoclaved soil weekly added with Ringer’s solution

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