Salt tolerance in wild Hordeum species is associated with restricted entry of Na+ and Cl- into the shoots.

@article{Garthwaite2005SaltTI,
  title={Salt tolerance in wild Hordeum species is associated with restricted entry of Na+ and Cl- into the shoots.},
  author={Alaina J Garthwaite and Roland von Bothmer and Timothy David Colmer},
  journal={Journal of experimental botany},
  year={2005},
  volume={56 419},
  pages={2365-78}
}
Eight wild Hordeum species: H. bogdanii, H. intercedens, H. jubatum, H. lechleri, H. marinum, H. murinum, H. patagonicum, and H. secalinum, and cultivated barley (H. vulgare) were grown in nutrient solution containing 0.2 (control), 150, 300, or 450 mol m(-3) NaCl. In saline conditions, the wild Hordeum species (except H. murinum) had better Na+ and Cl- 'exclusion', and maintained higher leaf K+, compared with H. vulgare. For example, at 150 mol m(-3) NaCl, the K+:Na+ in the youngest, fully… CONTINUE READING
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