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PROTEINS, SUGARS AND ION LEAKAGE AS A SELECTION CRITERION FOR THE SALT TOLERANCE OF THREE SORGHUM CULTIVARS AT SEEDLING STAGE GROWN UNDER NACL AND NICOTINAMIDE

@inproceedings{Azooz2004PROTEINSSA,
  title={PROTEINS, SUGARS AND ION LEAKAGE AS A SELECTION CRITERION FOR THE SALT TOLERANCE OF THREE SORGHUM CULTIVARS AT SEEDLING STAGE GROWN UNDER NACL AND NICOTINAMIDE},
  author={Mohamed Mahgoub Azooz},
  year={2004}
}
The interactive effects of salinity stress (0.90 MPa NaCl) and seeds presoaking in 100 ppm. nicotinamide (vitamin PP) in three sorghum cultivars (Dorado, Hagen Shandawil and Giza 113) were studied to examine their response to salinity stress and the possible role played by vitamin PP in regulating saltinduced changes in seedling growth, protein patterns and some relevant metabolic activities of these cultivars. According to the dry mass production and tissue water content, the cv. Dorado seemed… Expand

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