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Aspects of salt tolerance in the cereals.

Paul Keith Martin

Aspects of salt tolerance in the cereals.

by Paul Keith Martin

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Published by University of Manchester in Manchester .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Manchester thesis (M.Sc.), School of Biological Sciences.

ContributionsUniversity of Manchester. School of Biological Sciences.
The Physical Object
Pagination187p.
Number of Pages187
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15490765M

  Poaceae represent the most important group of crops susceptible to abiotic stress. This large family of monocotyledonous plants, commonly known as grasses, counts several important cultivated species, namely wheat (Triticum aestivum), rice (Oryza sativa), maize (Zea mays), and barley (Hordeum vulgare). These crops, notably, show different behaviors under Cited by: Kim Liggett, an American author, has penned her debut YA horror romance, Blood and Salt which is the first book in the Blood and Salt series, that unwraps the story of a teenager pulled into a cult to find her mom in a strange town with carnivorous corn and a car junkyard along with her own demons of a hanging girl to fight with/5.

  "Cereal doesn't need salt to taste good." Unfortunately, most of America disagrees. Go into any grocery store -- health food or mainstream mercantile -- and the cereal aisle will yield a dazzling array of day-starting meal options. But a close look on each box's ingredient panel shows that almost all contain some salt and sugar.   Maintaining low intracellular Na+ concentrations is an essential physiological strategy in salt stress tolerance in most cereal crops. Here, we characterized a member of the high-affinity K+ transporter (HKT) family in barley (Hordeum vulgare), HvHKT1;5, which negatively regulates salt tolerance and has different functions from its homology in other cereal Cited by: 1.

The Central Soil Salinity Research Institute (acronym CSSRI) is an autonomous institute of higher learning, established under the umbrella of Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) by the Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India for advanced research in the field of soil Institute is located on Kachawa Road in Karnal, in the state of Haryana, km from the Location: Karnal, Haryana, India, 29°42′29″N . Engineering Aspects of Cereal and Cereal-Based Products De Pinho Ferreira Guiné, Raquel, Dos Reis Correia, Paula Maria Cereal food engineering has become increasingly important in the food industry over the years, as it plays a key role in developing new food products and improved manufacturing g: salt tolerance.


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To increase the plant salt-tolerance, there is a need for understanding the mechanisms of salt limitation on plant growth and the mechanism of salt tolerance at the whole-plant, organelle, and molecular by: It was confirmed that ZnSO 4 may improve salt tolerance in cereals and results in several other important benefits such as crop micronutrient enrichment (e.g.

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The survivability of STGs in saline environment depends greatly up on the art of handling the toxic Na + and replacing it with K +.This is known as the selectivity of K + over Na +.Net selectivity (S K: Na) is defined as the ratio of K + concentration in the plant tissue to that in the medium divided by the ratio of Na + Cited by: Salt: Salt can impact trees in two ways: as salt spray and as salt in the soil.

There is only anecdotal information about salt tolerance in trees, much of which doesn’t differentiate between spray and soil. This section is referencing only the plant’s observed tolerance or sensitivity to salt. The functional connection between OsMGT1 and OsHKT1;5 in tuning Na + content in the xylem sap opens new perspectives in engineering salt-tolerant crops.

Phloem transport redistributes solutes and ions throughout the plant, but it was thought to play a marginal role in Na + tolerance (Maathuis et al., ).The colocalization of the two transporters in the phloem Cited by: 3.