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Control of transpiration by NaCl and effects on K transport in rose-laurel leaves



Control of transpiration by NaCl and effects on K transport in rose-laurel leaves



Acta Oecologica, Oecologia Plantarum 8(3): 245-256



Nerium oleander is relatively tolerant of NaCl. Previous work has shown that the reduction in growth occurring in the presence of NaCl is due to its effect on the K+ nutrition of the leaves. Three-month-old seedlings were grown in solutions containing 3.5 mM K+, 1 mM RbCl (as a tracer for K+) and 0, 6 or 12 g/litre NaCl. K+ (Rb+) transport into the aerial parts varied linearly with water transport, transpiration increasing the influx of tracer into the roots.

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