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Relationships between the varietal difference of salinity tolerance and the characteristics of absorption and translocation of sodium ion iv. varietal differences of salinity tolerance for pumpkin



Relationships between the varietal difference of salinity tolerance and the characteristics of absorption and translocation of sodium ion iv. varietal differences of salinity tolerance for pumpkin



Journal of the Faculty of Agriculture Tottori University 25: 1-8



The salinity tolerance for pumpkin was examined by means of comparison of their relative growth among varieties which were grown in culture solution supplied with 0, 40 and 80 mM NaCl. The degrees of injury by NaCl were stem > leaves > root. Na+ concentration in the stem was to be the better index of salinity tolerance for pumpkin. However, the increase of Na+ concentration of the stem was a cause of growth suppression, otherwise it may have been the result of the retardation of growth.

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