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Calcium effects on Puccinellia distans plants of different salt tolerance



Calcium effects on Puccinellia distans plants of different salt tolerance



Current Topics in Plant Biochemistry and Physiology 3: 175



Plants of P. distans from a high salt environment showed greater root elongation, higher DM accumulation and contained less shoot Na over a range of NaCl concn than did plants from a low salt environment. External Ca up to 3mM ameliorated NaCl toxicity by reducing Na uptake. The salt-tolerant plants were less dependent on external Ca for growth in NaCl and were more tolerant of high concn of Ca than were the salt-sensitive plants.

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