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Physiological studies on the tolerance of rice plants to salinity. 3. Mechanism of translocation of chloride ion In rice plants. 4, Effect of salinity on rooting activity of rice plants.



Physiological studies on the tolerance of rice plants to salinity. 3. Mechanism of translocation of chloride ion In rice plants. 4, Effect of salinity on rooting activity of rice plants.



Proc. Crop Sci. Soc. Japan. 32: 121-123; 124-127



Plants raised in water culture were transferred to 0.2 M NaCl solution for 24 hours. Cl was passed very rapidly from roots to shoots; a considerable amount of Cl was localized in leaf blades, leaf sheaths and stems but of all the plant parts (except the ear) the roots contained least Cl.

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