Differential responses of antioxidant system and photosynthetic characteristics in four rice cultivars differing in sensitivity to sodium chloride stress

@article{Sarkar2013DifferentialRO,
  title={Differential responses of antioxidant system and photosynthetic characteristics in four rice cultivars differing in sensitivity to sodium chloride stress},
  author={Ramani Kumar Sarkar and Kanti Ranjan Mahata and Devendra Pratap Singh},
  journal={Acta Physiologiae Plantarum},
  year={2013},
  volume={35},
  pages={2915-2926}
}
To keep pace with ever growing global population, progressive and sustained increase in rice production is necessary, especially in areas with extremely variable climatic conditions, where rice crop suffers from numerous abiotic stresses including salinity. Designing an effective phenotyping strategy requires thorough understanding of plant survival under stress. The investigation was carried out with four rice cultivars namely FR13A, IR42, Rashpanjor, and Pokkali that differed in salinity… CONTINUE READING

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