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Plant indicators in Iraq
SummaryEach of the major native halophytes was found to grow in soils with a definite range of total soluble salts. The descending ranking of the various species for soil salinity and ground waterExpand
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Plant indicators in Iraq
SummaryNative plants of Iraq have shown considerable variation in their ability to accumulate mineral elements. Halophytes such asSeidlitzia rosmarinus andHalocnemum strobilaceum indicate very highExpand
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SUMMARY The effect of increasing soil moisture stress on stomatal resistance, transpiration, and relative water content of cucumber, beans and tomato has been investigated under controlledExpand
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Distribution of calcium absorbed by all or part of the root system of beans.
When either the whole root system or a single root of the bean plant (Phaseolus vulgaris L.), at different stages of maturity, was fed (45)Ca for a period of 6 hr, the leaves exhibited a definiteExpand
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Germinability and seedling vigor of Haloxylon salicornicum as affected by storage and seed size.
Highlight: When newly collected in early spring, seeds of Haloxylon salicornicum (Moq.) Bge., an important range shrub in Iraq, attained 100% germination within 24 hours. As the summer monthsExpand
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Height-nutrient Composition Relationship of Five Native Range Species
The nutrient distribution at various heights of five native range species was investigated. These included Artemisia herba-alba , Haloxylon salicornicum , Rhanterium epapposum , AchilleaExpand
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Distribution of cations in bean plants grown at varying K and Na levels
SummaryIncreasing K supply was shown to increase the growth of bean plants (Phaseolus vulgaris L.). The total dry weight was reduced when Na application increased from 1 to 10 me/1. PotassiumExpand
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