Ability to Remove Na+ and Retain K+ Correlates with Salt Tolerance in Two Maize Inbred Lines Seedlings

@article{Gao2016AbilityTR,
  title={Ability to Remove Na+ and Retain K+ Correlates with Salt Tolerance in Two Maize Inbred Lines Seedlings},
  author={Y. Gao and Yi Lu and Meiqin Wu and Enxing Liang and Y. Li and Dongping Zhang and Z. Yin and Xiaoyun Ren and Y. Dai and D. Deng and J. Chen},
  journal={Frontiers in Plant Science},
  year={2016},
  volume={7}
}
  • Y. Gao, Yi Lu, +8 authors J. Chen
  • Published 2016
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Frontiers in Plant Science
Maize is moderately sensitive to salt stress; therefore, soil salinity is a serious threat to its production worldwide. Here, excellent salt-tolerant maize inbred line TL1317 and extremely salt-sensitive maize inbred line SL1303 were screened to understand the maize response to salt stress and its tolerance mechanisms. Relative water content, membrane stability index, stomatal conductance, chlorophyll content, maximum photochemical efficiency, photochemical efficiency, shoot and root fresh/dry… Expand
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