Lu-Yao Zhao

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Major constraints imposed by salinity, include ionic, osmotic, and oxidative stresses, which significantly affect plant growth. In an attempt to explore the mechanisms underlying salinity tolerance, enzymatic activity, and expression of genes involved in ionic, osmotic, and antioxidant responses of the typical coastal plant Eurya emarginata were examined(More)
Proline accumulation at the cost of growth inhibition is commonly observed in plants subjected to salt stress, because an increased amount of energy is stored as nitrogen. The hypothesis tested in this study was that exogenous proline addition will alleviate deleterious effects of high salinity on plant growth. Eurya emarginata plants were treated with 10(More)
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