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Responses of pea plants to soil waterlogging

Responses of pea plants to soil waterlogging

Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 34(9): 944-945

Inundation for 4 days at the beginning of an 8-day laboratory experiment inhibited pea stem extension and growth in shoot fresh wt. by 30%. Growth in dry wt. was similarly affected in association with closing of stomata within 24 h, accelerated senescence and partial desiccation of leaves caused by loss of semipermeability. Stomatal closure occurred concurrently with an increased ABA content.

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