No. I (2010): Journal Of Agricultural Sciences - Supplement
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Exogenous salicylic acid treatments enhance tolerance to salinity of wheat (Triticum aestivum) plantlets

Published October 5, 2010
Cornelia Purcǎrea
University of Oradea – Faculty of Environmental Protection, 26 General Magheru str
Dorina Cachită
Vasile Goldis West University Arad
Adriana Petrus
University of Oradea, Faculty of Science
Liviu Pop
University of Oradea, Faculty of Science
Adriana Chis
University of Oradea – Faculty of Environmental Protection, 26 General Magheru str
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Purcǎrea, C., Cachită, D., Petrus, A., Pop, L., & Chis, A. (2010). Exogenous salicylic acid treatments enhance tolerance to salinity of wheat (Triticum aestivum) plantlets. Acta Agraria Debreceniensis, (I), 34–38. https://doi.org/10.34101/ACTAAGRAR/I/8371

Salt stress, an abiotic stress, determines modifications of some biochemical indicators, like, antioxidant enzymes, proline (amino acid
accumulate in higher plants under salinity stress) content, and some physiological processes including: plant growth and development. In
this paper we studied the influence of exogenous treatment of wheat seeds, with 0.1 mM salicylic acid (SA) solution, in the plant response to
salt stress. The treatment was applied by presoaking the seeds in the treatment solution for 12 hours before germination. The results showed
that exogenous 0.1 mM SA solution, administrated to the wheat cariopses significantly ameliorated the negative effect of salt stress in first
week of germination in laboratory conditions.

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