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PHYSIOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL RESPONSES OF WHEAT CULTIVARS UNDER SALINITY STRESS

@inproceedings{Marvi2011PHYSIOLOGICALAB,
  title={PHYSIOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL RESPONSES OF WHEAT CULTIVARS UNDER SALINITY STRESS},
  author={H. Marvi and M. Heidari and M. Armin},
  year={2011}
}
  • H. Marvi, M. Heidari, M. Armin
  • Published 2011
  • Chemistry
  • Effects of NaCl salinity was studied in eight wheat cultivars, Shirazi, Toss, Roshan, Hirman, Bolani, Falat, Kavir and Star, grown under salt stress (nutrient solution containing 0, 100, 200 and 300 mM NaCl) conditions. The results revealed that salinity caused significant decreases in the growth parameters such as root and shoot dry weight. Toss and Falat cultivars had the highest decreasing. The negative effect of salinity on plant was due increasing Na + and decreasing K + content in the… CONTINUE READING
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