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Romero-Aranda, R., Soria, T. and Cuartero, J. (2001) Tomato Plant-Water Uptake and Plant-Water Relationships under Saline Growth Conditions. Plant Science, 160, 65-72.
https://doi.org/10.1016/S0168-9452(00)00388-5

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  • TITLE: The Physiological Response of Three Narcissus pseudonarcissus under NaCl Stress

    AUTHORS: Jiangyong Wang, Qian Qiao, Jihan Tao

    KEYWORDS: Narcissus pseudonarcissus, NaCl Stress, Antioxidase, MDA, Proline, Soluble Sugar

    JOURNAL NAME: American Journal of Plant Sciences, Vol.10 No.3, March 20, 2019

    ABSTRACT: In order to explore the salt-tolerance of Narcissus pseudonarcissus and enrich its cultivation and application forms. In this experiment, “Manly”, “Dutch” and “Wilden” daffodils were used as test materials. NaCl stress was applied at different concentrations, and the corresponding physiological indexes were measured at three time nodes: bolting stage, early flowering stage and blooming stage. The results showed that all three showed some resistance under low concentration salt stress, in which, SOD, POD enzyme activity, chlorophyll proline and soluble sugar content increased, while MDA content decreased. The physiological metabolism of the three was disturbed under high concentration of salt stress, in which, SOD, POD enzyme activity and chlorophyll content decreased, while MDA, proline and soluble sugar content increased. With the extension of stress time, the injury was gradually deepened and the salt tolerance of the three varieties is “Dutch”, “Wilden” and “Manly” in order.