Physiological and biochemical features of euhalophytes, сrinohalophytes, and glycohalophytes growing in natural conditions in El’ton Lake area were studied. The water content in tissues, intensity of lipid peroxidation, and membrane permeability were found to determine the differentiation of plants by their salt accumulation strategy. The concentration of pigments and their ratio are related to the mesostructure of leaves and are dependent on the salt accumulation strategy and life form. The membrane complex is connected with the cell structure and photosynthetic apparatus. The specificity of ion transportation depends on the specific features of plants.
Biology Bulletin – Springer Journals
Published: Mar 14, 2018
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