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Authors Shuyskaya, E. V., E. V. Li, Z. F. Rahmankulova, N. A. Kuznetsova, K. N. Toderich and P. Y. Voronin
Title Morphophysiological adaptation aspects of different Haloxylon aphyllum (Chenopodiaceae) genotypes along a salinity gradient
Source Russian Journal of Ecology
Author Keywords Haloxylon aphyllum genotypes salinity biomass reproductive fitness genetic-structure salt tolerance na+ associations k+ proline cells
Abstract The seedlings of Haloxylon aphyllum from seeds with different genetic characteristics, which were collected in three natural subpopulations along a soil salinity gradient, were investigated. The plants grown under various levels of NaCl (0-300 mM) differed in the shoot length, the relative growth rate (calculated for fresh and dry biomass), as well as ions and proline contents. The heterozygous genotypes of xerohalophytic H. aphyllum have shown significant advantages in their productivity and sustainability under moderate and high salinity.
Author Address [Shuyskaya, E. V.; Rahmankulova, Z. F.; Kuznetsova, N. A.; Voronin, P. Yu.] Russian Acad Sci, KA Timiryazev Inst Plant Physiol, Moscow 127276, Russia. [Li, E. V.] Samarkand State Univ, Samarkand 140100, Uzbekistan. [Toderich, K. N.] ICBA, Tashkent 100000, Uzbekistan. Shuyskaya, EV (reprint author), Russian Acad Sci, KA Timiryazev Inst Plant Physiol, Bot Skaya 35, Moscow 127276, Russia. evshuya@mail.ru; k.toderich@cgiar.org
ISSN 1067-4136
ISBN 1067-4136
29-Character Source Abbreviation Russ. J. Ecol.
Publication Date May
Year Published 2014
Volume 45
Issue 3
Beginning Page 181-187
Digital Object Identifier (DOI) 10.1134/s1067413614030114
Unique Article Identifier WOS:000336390400004
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