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Ozlem Altuntas, H. Yildiz Dasgan, and Yelderem Akhoundnejad

earlier (this measurement considered all cellular electrolytes combined). A membrane injury index (MII) was calculated from the conductivity data, using the following formula: where T 1 and T 2 are the initial and second measurements of salt- and Si

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Yuxiang Wang, Liqin Li, Youping Sun, and Xin Dai

study, whereas ‘SMNSJMFP’ and ‘Galen’ japanese spirea were relatively salt-tolerant. High salinity is known to cause plant injuries such as leaf necrosis, burn, and premature discoloration, which lead to poor visual quality and poor marketability of

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Suping Zhou, Roger Sauve, Tara Fish, and Theodore W. Thannhauser

.K. Upadhyay, R.K. 2004 Salt stress injury induces oxidative alterations and antioxidative defense in the roots of Lemna minor Biol. Plant. 48 249 253 Portis A.R. Jr 2003 Rubisco activase –RUBISCO'S catalytic

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Tingting Zhao, Jingkang Hu, Yingmei Gao, Ziyu Wang, Yufang Bao, Xiaochun Zhang, Huanhuan Yang, Dongye Zhang, Jingbin Jiang, He Zhang, Jingfu Li, Qingshan Chen, and Xiangyang Xu

Salt stress is a problem for plant growth and agricultural productivity. During different developmental stages, cultivated plants are also exposed to changes in the environment and respond by activating gene expression ( Yanez et al., 2009 ). In

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Giovanni A. Caputo, Phillip A. Wadl, Lambert McCarty, Jeff Adelberg, Katherine M. Jennings, and Matthew Cutulle

reported by Motsenbocker and Monaco (1991) . However, the safety data from this study warrant further exploration of bentazon tolerance in more cultivars with alternative strategies to reduce bentazon injury in sweetpotato. One possible means to increase

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Lifei Chen, Youping Sun, Genhua Niu, Qiang Liu, and James Altland

relatively high levels of soluble salts, which negatively affect plant growth and development and impose foliar salt injury on sensitive plants ( Niu and Cabrera, 2010 ; Veatch-Blohm et al., 2014 ). The salinity of groundwater, which is a primary water

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Shasha Wu, Youping Sun, Genhua Niu, James Altland, and Raul Cabrera

may cause deleterious effects such as necrosis and leaf edge burn on plant leaves ( Wahome et al., 2001 ). Salt-tolerant plants usually have less foliar salt injury and less growth reduction at elevated salinity ( Grieve et al., 2008 ). Gregg

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Longyi Yuan, Deying Li, Yang Gao, and Wenjing Xiao

weeping ALK ( Puccinellia distans ) could be used in deicing-salt-affected areas in the northern region of the United States. Minner and Bingaman (1998) investigated injury levels caused by different deicing salts on KB. They concluded that urea and rock

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Wayne Loescher, Zhulong Chan, and Rebecca Grumet

peach and related stone fruits. Unfortunately, although there are numerous comparisons of salt injury among ornamentals, only a little information is available on variation within species or their physiology when stressed ( Kotuby-Amacher et al., 2000

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Gonzalo H. Villarino and Neil S. Mattson

are exposed to high levels of salt over an extended period (days to weeks), salt stress injury may be visible as chlorosis (yellowing) or death of older leaves ( de Lacerda et al., 2003 ). Salt injury at this stage is due to ion accumulation, mainly