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Plant water relation and silicon concentration in two rice varieties differing in salinity tolerance



Plant water relation and silicon concentration in two rice varieties differing in salinity tolerance



Japanese Journal of Tropical Agriculture 45(4): 259-265



Differences in salinity tolerance in rice cultivars could not be explained by the tissue sodium concentration under saline soil conditions in some cases. This study was carried out to determine whether the plant water status and tissue silicon concentration were responsible for the varietal differences in salinity tolerance in rice.

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