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Benha University (2000)

Studies on tolerance of some plants to salinity and drought

Attia, Moharam Fouad.

Titre : Studies on tolerance of some plants to salinity and drought

Auteur : Attia, Moharam Fouad.

Etablissement de soutenance : Benha University .

Grade : Master of Science in Soil Science 2000

Résumé partiel
The current study represents series of experiments aiming to investigate the capability of some plants to tolerate the adverse effects of both salinity and drought. The first series of experiments was conducted under laboratory conditions to determine the effects hazardous of salinity and the specific ion effect as well the effects due to drought on germination percentage and germination rate of sorghum (Sorghum bicolor S. V.1 0017), barley (Hordeium vulgare G. 123) tomato (Lycopersion esculentum super strain Band Lycopersicon esculentum Edkawi), beans ( Phaseolus acutiflius tebary 16) and cotton (Gossvpium barbadense G 85 line 96). The second series of experiments was consisted of some pot trials under greenhouse conditions to investigate the effects of salinity and the specific ion effect as well as drought on growth and chemical composition of plants that are mostly tolerant to both salinity and drought indicated from the previous experiments. These plants were barley, tomato (S.) and sorghum. These greenhouse experiments were conducted in the greenhouse of Faculty of Agriculture at Moshtohor Kalubia Governorate.

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