Nargis Naz

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Some ecologically different ecotypes of Panicum antidotale Retz. were evaluated for drought tolerance in relation to growth parameters and leaf structural modifications. These ecotypes were adapted to normal non-stressed (agricultural field AF, and sludge of disposal channel SDC), drought-stressed (along roadside AR), salinity-stressed (forest plantation(More)
Three differently adapted populations of sewan grass (Lasiurus scindicus Henr.) were evaluated for structural and functional adaptations to high salinity. The habitats were Derawar Fort (DF, least saline, ECe 15.21), Bailahwala Dahar (BD, moderately saline, ECe 27.56 dS m−1) and Ladam Sir (LS, highly saline, ECe 39.18 dS m−1) from within the Cholistan(More)
Two populations of cogongrass [Imperata cylindrica (L.) Raeuschel], one from the saline regions of the Salt Range and the other from the non-saline regions of Faisalabad were assessed for salinity tolerance on the basis of some key morphological and physiological attributes. It was hypothesized that the tolerant population from the Salt Range must have(More)
Five differently adapted natural populations of the native salt desert grass Lasiurus scindicus Henrard from Lesser Cholistan Desert (Pakistan) in South Punjab of east central Pakistan, were evaluated to examine their mechanism of adaptation to saline stress based on some key morpho–anatomical and physiological characteristics. Five ecotypes were collected(More)
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