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Use of physiological traits in breeding for salinity tolerance



Use of physiological traits in breeding for salinity tolerance



Drought resistance in cereals Proceedings of a symposium held in Cairo, Egypt, 28-30 November 1988: 95-106



Physiological traits potentially associated with salt tolerance are briefly discussed and the utilization of Thinopyrum bessarabicum as a source of salt tolerance in cereal breeding is examined. It is recognized that proof of the causal role and quantitative contribution of physiological traits to tolerance, in terms of vegetative growth and yield, is sparse and requires genetic experimentation.

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