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Physiology of salt injury in crops. 2. Effect of high concentration of sodium chloride and sodium sulphate on carbohydrate metabolism in rice plants.



Physiology of salt injury in crops. 2. Effect of high concentration of sodium chloride and sodium sulphate on carbohydrate metabolism in rice plants.



J. Sci. Soil. Tokyo, 34: 111-114



Rice plants were grown in sand using solutions 315 prepared by adding NaCl or Na2SO4 (50 meq/litre) to the basal nutrient solution or by bringing the osmotic pressure to 1, 2 or 3 atm with these salts. Starch and cellulose contents in leaves + stems decreased with increasing salt concentrations, and tended to be lower in plants of the NaCl series.

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