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


Acta Oecologica, Oecologia Plantarum 8(3): 245-256
Control of transpiration by NaCl and effects on K transport in rose-laurel leaves
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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