The effects of sodium-chloride salinity on the leaf elongation rate, transpiration rate, cell sap osmolality, and phytohormone content in 7-day-old shoots of durum wheat (Triticum durum L.) were studied. Leaf growth was suppressed under the salinity stress and resumed 1 h after NaCl removal. The resumption of leaf growth coincided with a decrease in the transpiration rate due to the rapid ABA accumulation in the differentiation leaf zone. The increased IAA concentration in the growing leaf zone promoted the formation of the attraction signal. The authors concluded that the changes in phytohormonal status in wheat plants occurred already following short-term (up to 1 h) salinity and were directed to the maintenance of plant growth under these conditions.
Russian Journal of Plant Physiology – Springer Journals
Published: Nov 15, 2005
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