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Genetic control of salt tolerance in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)



Genetic control of salt tolerance in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)



Proceedings, Second congress of the European Society for Agronomy, Warwick University, UK, 23-28 August 1992: 132-133



The performance of reciprocal F1 hybrids and their parents, Pato and Tobari 66, was evaluated at 4 salinity levels between O and 150 mol/msuperscript 3 NaCl, using hydroponic culute. Na+, K+ and Cl- ion levels were measured after 2 weeks in the topmost, fully expanded leaves and yield data recorded at maturity. Tobari 66 accumulated the lowest amount of Na+ in its leaves at all salinity levels, followed by both F1 hybrids. The salt sensitive genotype Pato absorbed significantly higher levels.

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