Shantanu Devidas Wankhade

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In their natural habitats, different mechanisms may contribute to the tolerance of halophytes to high soil salinity and other abiotic stresses, but their relative contribution and ecological relevance, for a given species, remain largely unknown. We studied the responses to changing environmental conditions of five halophytes (Sarcocornia fruticosa, Inula(More)
The complex nature of plant resistance to adverse environmental conditions, such as salinity and drought requires a better understanding of the stress-induced changes that may be involved in tolerance mechanisms. Here we investigate stress-related morpho-physiological effects during vegetative and reproductive growth in two Japonica rice cultivars (Bomba(More)
In rice, the top two leaves are the major carbohydrate source during grain filling. Physiological performance of these leaves under salinity may allow estimate stress-induced yield loss. Greenhouse grown rice plants (cv. Taipei 309) were subjected to 10 and 20 mM NaCl stress levels from germination till maturity. Plant development was measured at the(More)
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