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Effect of salicylic acid on soluble sugars, proline and protein patterns of shara ( Plectranthus tenuiflorus ) plants grown under water stress conditions

  title={Effect of salicylic acid on soluble sugars, proline and protein patterns of shara ( Plectranthus tenuiflorus ) plants grown under water stress conditions},
  author={Rewaa Jalal and Ansary E. Moftah and Sameera Omar Bafeel},
  journal={International Research Journal of Agricultural Science and soil Science},
Experiments were conducted to study the effect of 0.5 mM salicylic acid (SA) on growth, osmoregulating solutes (proline and soluble sugars), and protein patterns of Shara ( Plectranthus tenuiflorus ) plants grown under different levels of irrigation water (100, 80, 60 and 40% of the field capacity, FC). Water stress, particularly at 40% FC, decreased fresh and dry weights in the absence of SA. Values of, sugars and proteins, were decreased by severe water stress while SA treatments improved… 

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