Xylem sap analysis reveals new facts of salt tolerance in rice genotypes

@inproceedings{Roshandel2008XylemSA,
  title={Xylem sap analysis reveals new facts of salt tolerance in rice genotypes},
  author={Parto Roshandel},
  year={2008}
}
Salinity damage in rice and other salt-sensitive species is due to excessive transport of NaCl through the root system to the leaves and consequently low salt transport to the shoot can be a major trait determining salt resistance. Since the rapid uptake of sodium ions is such a crucial part of the response of rice to salinity, physiological experiments were carried out to compare bypass flow in two genotypes of rice (IR4630 and IR15324) differing in salt tolerance, because it has been… CONTINUE READING

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