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Technische Universität München (2013)

Simulated field environment with combined salt and drought stresses as a platform for phenotyping plant tolerance to salinity

Hackl, Harald

Titre : Simulated field environment with combined salt and drought stresses as a platform for phenotyping plant tolerance to salinity

Auteur : Hackl, Harald

Université de soutenance : Technische Universität München

Grade : Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) (Dr Agr ) 2013

Résumé
A precise and cheap assessment by using spectral reflectance and thermal measurements of salinity and drought stress to plants is relevant to physiological and morphological studies and for a rapid selection of cultivars in plant breeding in small pots and close-to-field container platforms. We compared two spring wheat cultivars grown in both platforms under salinity, drought and combined salinity+drought by assessing biomass and plant stress parameters with spectral and thermal measurements. Our results suggest that pot experiments may lead to different conclusions for screening salt tolerant wheat genotypes from experiments in close-to-field container platforms

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