Salt stress effects on roots and leaves of Atriplex halimus L. and their corresponding callus cultures

@inproceedings{Bajji1998SaltSE,
  title={Salt stress effects on roots and leaves of Atriplex halimus L. and their corresponding callus cultures},
  author={Mohammed Bajji and J. Kinet and Stanley Lutts},
  year={1998}
}
Salt stress effects on growth, osmotic adjustment, mineral and organic contents and soluble peroxidase activities were determined in roots and leaves of Atriplex halimus and their corresponding callus cultures. Low NaCl doses (150 mM) promoted shoot growth, corroborating the halophilic nature of this species; in these stress conditions, Na+ concentration markedly increased in the leaves indicating that salinity resistance was not associated with the ability of the plants to restrict sodium… CONTINUE READING

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