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Response of radiata pine to salt stress. II. Localization of chloride



Response of radiata pine to salt stress. II. Localization of chloride



Australian Journal of Plant Physiology 4(6): 863-875



Seedlings of Pinus radiata were subjected to a stepwise decrease in the osmotic potential of their rooting medium by the addition of CaCl2, NaCl or polyethylene glycol 4000. The location of chloride was determined at the ultrastructural level using a silver precipitation technique. In the roots, large amounts of precipitated chloride were observed in the hyphae of the mycorrhizas as well as between the cell wall and the plasmalemma of the outer cortical cells.

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