Impact of osmotic stress on physiological and biochemical characteristics in drought-susceptible and drought-resistant wheat genotypes

@article{Marciska2012ImpactOO,
  title={Impact of osmotic stress on physiological and biochemical characteristics in drought-susceptible and drought-resistant wheat genotypes},
  author={Izabela Marcińska and Ilona Mieczysława Czyczyło-Mysza and Edyta Skrzypek and Maria Filek and Stanisław Grzesiak and Maciej T. Grzesiak and Franciszek Janowiak and Tomasz Hura and Michał Dziurka and Kinga Dziurka and Agata Nowakowska and Stephen Alexander Quarrie},
  journal={Acta Physiologiae Plantarum},
  year={2012},
  volume={35},
  pages={451-461}
}
In this study, the seedlings of two wheat cultivars were used: drought-resistant Chinese Spring (CS) and drought-susceptible (SQ1). Seedlings were subjected to osmotic stress in order to assess the differences in response to drought stress between resistant and susceptible genotype. The aim of the experiment was to evaluate the changes in physiological and biochemical characteristics and to establish the optimum osmotic stress level in which differences in drought resistance between the… 

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