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Salt Uptake and Excretion in the Mangrove, Avicennia marina(Forsk.) Vierh
235 seedlings of Avicerniannritwwere grown for 12 months in nurient solutions containing 0, 25, 50, 75, 100, 125 and 15070 artificial s€awater. The salt concentation in the various organs and salt excretion from the leaves were measured to examine the salt regulation in the seedlings. The wabr potential of vuious organs in relation 3o extemal media was measured concurrently wittr salt concentration in the seedlings to discuss ttre wuer potential adjustment. A . marhw was found to absorb a greatdoi:10.3759/tropics.5.69 fatcat:vcwoyobby5bifnmduwv2z2tn3u