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A study of the mechanism of wetness stress injury in barley


, : A study of the mechanism of wetness stress injury in barley. Journal of Southwest Agricultural University 15(2): 95-100

Four barley cultivars were exposed to waterlogging conditions at various growth stages. Soil waterlogging increased transpiration rate, decreased root activity and water content in the shoots, induced cellular structure collapse, increased malondialdehyde (MAD) and conductivity in the leaves, and decreased chlorophyll content and photosynthesis.

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