Marine Bioactive Substances (IPA Extract) Improve Foliar Ion Uptake and Water Stress Tolerance in Potted "Vitis vinifera" Plants.

@article{Mancuso2006MarineBS,
  title={Marine Bioactive Substances (IPA Extract) Improve Foliar Ion Uptake and Water Stress Tolerance in Potted "Vitis vinifera" Plants.},
  author={Stefano Mancuso and Xavier Briand and Sergio Mugnai and Elisa Azzarello},
  journal={Advances in horticultural science},
  year={2006},
  pages={1000-1006}
}
The effect of marine bioactive substances (IPA extract) on K + and Ca 2+ fluxes and water stress tole- rance was evaluated on potted Vitis vinifera plantlets. Different foliar treatments were compared during the experiment: a control treatment (distilled water), a pure fertilizer treatment (9-5-4 at 2%), and a marine bioac - tive substances (IPA extract, supplied by BiotechMarine, Roullier Group, Pontrieux, France) treatment added to a fertilizer (0.1% solution of IPA extract with distilled… 

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