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Effect of salinity on germination, early seedling growth, some biochemical parameters and ionic composition in two cultivars of wheat widely differing in salt resistance



Effect of salinity on germination, early seedling growth, some biochemical parameters and ionic composition in two cultivars of wheat widely differing in salt resistance



Haryana Agricultural University Journal of Research 24(4): 146-157



Response of seeds of wheat cultivars Kharchia 65 and C-306, differing in salt resistance, was studied under predominantly chloride salinity (0, 6, 9 and 12 dS/msuperscript 3 EC). Greater radicle/coleoptile length, dry weight accumulation, endosperm moisture content, protein content, K and N contents, and reduced uptake of Na+ and Cl- were identified as characteristics of salt resistance in Kharchia 65.

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