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Studies on the tolerance of rice plants to salinity. 1. Varietal differences on rooting activity of rice seedlings in saline solutions



Studies on the tolerance of rice plants to salinity. 1. Varietal differences on rooting activity of rice seedlings in saline solutions



Res. Reps Off. Rur. Develop. Suwon 7(1): 131-8. bibl. 5



The average rooting activity of 36 varieties decreased at solution concentrations of NaCl above 0.5% only. Rooting activity could probably be assessed by root length. Varieties with a quadratic response to increased salinity (e.g. Suwon 166) and some of those with a linear response (e.g. Suwon 173) were classified as having high rooting activity. Cultivar Jado had a low rooting activity without any effect from NaCl concentration.

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