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Salinity-ozone interactions on Pinto bean; Integrated response to ozone concentration and duration



Salinity-ozone interactions on Pinto bean; Integrated response to ozone concentration and duration



Journal of Environmental Quality 2(3): 400-404



Pinto bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) plants were grown in controlled environment chambers in non-saline and two saline nutrient solution cultures having osmotic potentials of -0.4, -2.4, and -4.4 bars. Ozone-free plants were compared with plants treated daily for two weeks with ozone doses of 0.15 to 0.90 ppm/h. Plant injury and reduction in growth were sigmoidal functions of ozone dose. Plant tolerance thresholds were found for concentration and duration of ozone exposure.

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