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Effect of exogenous proline on SOD and POD activity of soyabean callus under salt stress



Effect of exogenous proline on SOD and POD activity of soyabean callus under salt stress



Acta Agriculturae Boreali Sinica 17(3): 37-40



Callus of small true leaf explants of soyabean were cultured in B5 medium containing 0, 0.04, 0.8, 1.2, and 1.6% of NaCl. Proline (0.8 mmol/litre) was added to each salt treatment, and SOD and POD activities were determined after 24, 48, and 72 h of culture. Proline increased the activities of SOD and POD under salt stress. SOD activity showed a marked increase in 0.8% of NaCl.

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