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Effect of different salt concentrations on the resistance of maize cultivars. 1. Some morphological and yield characteristics in early growth



Effect of different salt concentrations on the resistance of maize cultivars. 1. Some morphological and yield characteristics in early growth



Turkish Journal of Field Crops 6(2): 49-54



Nine maize cultivars, namely Lr Armigo, Pollen, C-955, Frassino, Gunes-626, Goldeliza, Apache, LG-55 and Flash, were grown in water culture (hydroponics) with 25, 50, 75, and 100 mMol NaCl concentrations and tested for salt tolerance during germination, emergence and early growing stages. The germination rate, coleoptile length and root length and plant height, number of leaves and stem diameter in addition to the leaf, stem and root dry matter yields were observed.

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