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- Musa Seymen; Duran Yavuz; Muhammet Ercan; Mehmet Akbulut; Hacer Çoklar; Ertan Sait Kurtar; Nurcan Yavuz; Sinan Süheri; Önder Türkmen
- Horticulture, environment and biotechnology 2021 v.62 no.3 pp. 411-422
- Cucurbita moschata; Lagenaria siceraria; biotechnology; citric acid; drought; drought tolerance; evaporation; fructose; fruit quality; fruits; glucose; horticulture; irrigation; irrigation water; malic acid; open pollination; principal component analysis; root systems; rootstocks; sucrose; sugar content; water stress; watermelons
- ... Drought is one of the most important abiotic factors that restrict the production of agricultural plants. An effective way to avoid the negative effects of drought on crops is to cultivate high-yielding varieties by grafting them onto drought-tolerant rootstocks with a strong root system. For this purpose, five different plant materials were used: wild watermelon rootstock, i.e., wild watermelon ( ...
- Viktória Bőhm; Dávid Fekete; Gábor Balázs; László Gáspár; Noémi Kappel
- Acta biologica Hungarica 2017 v.68 no.4 pp. 412-427
- Cucurbita maxima; Cucurbita moschata; Lagenaria siceraria; grafting (plants); irrigation; leaf area; leaves; photosynthesis; phytomass; rootstocks; salinity; salt stress; salt tolerance; seedlings; sodium; sodium chloride; squashes; stress tolerance; transpiration; watermelons
- ... In order to evaluate the salinity tolerance of grafted watermelon, two sets of experiments were conducted in a growing chamber where ‘Esmeralda’ varieties were grafted onto interspecific squash (Cucurbita maxima Duch. × Cucurbita moschata Duch.) and Lagenaria siceraria rootstocks. Both non-grafted and self-garfted plants were used for control. For salt stress, 2.85 and 4.28 mM/l substrate doses of ...