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Effects of salt stress on growth development of tomato



Effects of salt stress on growth development of tomato



Acta Agriculturae Shanghai 18(1): 58-62



The effects of salt stress on seed germination, seedling growth and micronuclei rate of tomato were studied. These parameters were affected by NaCl at a concentration of 0.3%, but not at concentrations of 0-0.2%.

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