Leaf cell membrane stability-based mechanisms of zinc nutrition in mitigating salinity stress in rice.

@article{Tufail2018LeafCM,
  title={Leaf cell membrane stability-based mechanisms of zinc nutrition in mitigating salinity stress in rice.},
  author={Abdullah Tufail and H Li and Asif Naeem and T Li},
  journal={Plant biology},
  year={2018},
  volume={20 2},
  pages={
          338-345
        }
}
Excess salt affects about 955 million ha of arable land worldwide, and 49% of agricultural land is Zn-deficient. Soil salinity and zinc deficiency can intensify plant abiotic stress. The mechanisms by which Zn can mitigate salinity effects on plant functions are not well understood. We conducted an experiment to determine how Zn and salinity effects on rice plant retention of Zn, K+ and the salt ion Na+ affect chlorophyll formation, leaf cell membrane stability and grain yield. We examined the… 

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