Antioxidant Response of Two Salt-stressed Barley Varieties in the Presence or Absence of Exogenous Proline

@inproceedings{Reza2006AntioxidantRO,
  title={Antioxidant Response of Two Salt-stressed Barley Varieties in the Presence or Absence of Exogenous Proline},
  author={S O Reza and Reza Heidari and Sajjad. Zare and A. Norastehnia},
  year={2006}
}
The antioxidant response to salt stress as well as the effect of proline metabolism on the activity of antioxidant enzymes were investigated in two barley varieties (Hordeum vulgare L. var. Sahand and var. Makoui) after exposure to salt stress and exogenous proline. The MDA content of Makoui plants grown under different salt regimes remained nearly constant but it strongly increased in Sahand plants under the same conditions. There was a linear and significant increase in CAT, APX, DHAR, and GR… CONTINUE READING

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