Seedling responses to salinity of 26 Neotropical tree species

@article{Sedas2019SeedlingRT,
  title={Seedling responses to salinity of 26 Neotropical tree species},
  author={A. de Sedas and Y. Gonzalez and K. Winter and O. Lopez},
  journal={AoB Plants},
  year={2019},
  volume={11}
}
Abstract Sea-level rise will result in increased salinization of coastal areas. Soil salinity is a major abiotic stress that reduces plant growth, yet tolerance to salinity varies across environmental conditions, habitats and species. To determine salinity tolerance of 26 common tropical tree species from Panama, we measured growth, gas exchange and mortality of 3-month-old seedlings subjected to weekly irrigation treatments using five seawater solutions (0 % = control, 20, 40, 60 and 90 % V/V… Expand

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