EFFECT OF SODIUM CHLORIDE AND PROLINE ACID ON SOME GROWTH PARAMETERS OF WHEAT PLANT Triticum aestivum L.
Mesopotamia Journal of Agriculture,
2012, Volume 40, Issue 0, Pages 75-82
AbstractPots experiment was conducted in the glasshouse of Biology Department,College of Education Ibn-AL-Haitham/ University of Baghdad. The purpose of this research is to study the effect of Sodium Chloride ( 0,50,100,150) mM.Lˉ¹and Proline acid (0,10,20,30)PPm and their interactions on some growth parameters included:Plant hight , Leaf area , Sodium and Chloride concentration and the content of total Chlorophyll of wheat plant cultivar Ibaa 99. The results indicated that Salinity stress affected plant growth and caused a significant decrease in the mean of studied growth parameters ,morover foliar sprying with Proline acid caused a significant increase in the mean growth parameters.The interactions was significant in which the results indicated that foliar sprying with Proline acid increased plant ability to tolerate Sodium Chloride effect.
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