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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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STOMATAL RESISTANCE, TRANSPIRATION, AND RELATIVE WATER CONTENT AS INFLUENCED BY SOIL MOISTURE STRESS
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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