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A Comparative Study of Salt Tolerance of Three Almond Rootstocks: Contribution of Organic and Inorganic Solutes to Osmotic Adjustment
J. Agr. Sci. Tech
In this study, we assessed the relative contribution of organic and inorganic solutes to osmotic adjustment (OA) in three almond rootstocks subjected to four levels of soil salinity. The results showed that leaf water and osmotic potentials were affected by salinity in GF677 and Bitter almond, but less so in GN15, suggesting a higher selectivity for K + and Ca 2+ against Na + in this latter rootstock. GN15 excluded Na + and accumulated Cl-. Nevertheless, in this rootstock, Cl-and Na + were thefatcat:lp6h2apeqjb5thnb5guxdxnb3y