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Relationships between the varietal difference of salinity tolerance and the characteristics of absorption and translocation of sodium ion v. varietal differences of salinity tolerance for cucumber cucumis sativus l



Relationships between the varietal difference of salinity tolerance and the characteristics of absorption and translocation of sodium ion v. varietal differences of salinity tolerance for cucumber cucumis sativus l



Bulletin of the Faculty of Agriculture Tottori University 42: 25-30



The salinity tolerance for cucumber was examined by means of comparison of their relative growth among cultivars which were grown in culture solution with 0, 40 and 80 nM NaCl or isoosmotic solution added NaCl, KCl, CaCl2 and PEG-1540. Cucumber plants wee so susceptible to salinity that it is necessary to compared them at lower than 40 mM NaCl. Sodium ion was absorbed and moved together with Cl ion. However, the varietal difference of salinity tolerance for cucumber may be due to the difference of the power of their water absorption at higher osmotic medium rather than to the difference of their tolerance for ion injury.

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