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Effect of salinity on some physiological and biochemical processes in different rice varieties

Effect of salinity on some physiological and biochemical processes in different rice varieties

Fiziol rast na sluzhbu urozhaya: 54-61

In salt-resistant varieties the respiration rate rose within 24 h, even at maximum salinity, and then fell, at high salinities, in proportion to the length of time the seedlings were exposed to salinity; with moderate salinity the respiration rate was higher than in the control. In susceptible varieties the respiration rate was lower than in the control even with moderate salinity.

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