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- Pattanagul, W., et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Procedia Environmental Sciences 2015 v.29 pp. 134
- 2,2-diphenyl-1-picrylhydrazyl; Oryza sativa; anthocyanins; antioxidant activity; cultivars; foliar spraying; hydroponics; plant growth substances; rice; salinity; salt stress; salt tolerance; seed priming; seedlings; seeds; sodium chloride; spermidine
- ... Rice productivity in many areas is affected by salinity stress. Application of plant growth regulators may reduce the damage caused by salinity. This study aimed to alleviate salt stress damage using spermidine (Spd) as priming agents and spraying. Two cultivars of rice (Oryza sativa L.) including, Niewdam Gs.no.00621 (salt-tolerant) and KKU-LLR-039 (salt-sensitive) were used in this study. At see ...
- Pattanagul, W., et al. Show all 2 Author
- Plant physiology 1999 v.121 no.3 pp. 987-993
- Solenostemon scutellarioides; water stress; drought; raffinose; oligosaccharides; carbohydrate metabolism; water content; leaves; stomatal conductance; photosynthesis; stachyose; fructose; glucose; myo-inositol; sucrose; starch; color; hexosyltransferases; enzyme activity; chemical constituents of plants; inositol 3-alpha-galactosyltransferase
- ... Variegated coleus (Coleus blumei Benth.) plants were exposed to a restricted water supply far 21 d. The relative water content in leaf tissues was reduced from 80% (control) to 60% (drought-stressed). Under drought conditions, the stomatal conductance and leaf photosynthetic rate were reduced. In green leaf tissues, drought stress also greatly decreased the diurnal light-period levels at the raffi ...