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Inoculation with Azospirillum brasilense Cd o f two leguminous species, soybean (Glycine max) and cowpea (Vigna unguiculata), demonstrated that: (1) A. brasilense significantly increased proton efflux from their roots; (2) inoculation reduced plant membrane potential (in soybean), (3) inoculation changed the phospholipid quantity in plant membranes of calli(More)
Salinity is an unfavourable factor to plant growth, development, and quality because high salinity increases oxidative stress and damage in plants. Damiana (Turnera diffusa Willd.) plants grow in arid zones. They are socio-economically important as they have industrial potential. Currently, no reports on their tolerance to salinity are available. This study(More)
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