Seasonal Relations between the Content of Amino Acids and Freezing Tolerance of Leaves of Halimione portulacoides under Different Salt Stress

@inproceedings{Kappen1978SeasonalRB,
  title={Seasonal Relations between the Content of Amino Acids and Freezing Tolerance of Leaves of Halimione portulacoides under Different Salt Stress},
  author={Ludger Kappen and M. N{\"o}vig and M. Maier},
  year={1978}
}
Summary Halimione portulacoides (L.) Aellen is a wintergreen halophyte with succulent leaves covered with bladders. It colonizes in the coastal areas of the Atlantic and the Mediterranian regions. Cloned cuttings of the plant were cultivated in two series. In the 0-series the chloride content was decreased to 1 mmol/g dry weight and in the NaCl-series it was increased to 6 mmol/g dry weight, of the leaves. Leaves of the 0-plants tolerated in winter maximally —24 °C, those of the NaCl-series —22… CONTINUE READING