•Water stresses putative increase in concentration of secondary plant products in comparison to non-stressed plants while reduces the growth of most plants especially from the previous water stress exposure.•There is few evidences available on the effects of different water stresses on growth, secondary metabolites, physiological characteristics of S. dichotoma and the relationships between each other.•This finding indicats that different water stress affected endogenous hormones, water status and further affected roots biomass and secondary metabolites. And moderate water stress (60–70% or 80–90% FC) is suitable for roots biomass formation and active ingredient accumulation of S. dichotoma.
Scientia Horticulturae – Elsevier
Published: Oct 20, 2017
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