Trace of Salinity of Sodium Chloride with Outcome on Enhancement Features of Herbage
Sona Pazdar, Saeid Eslamian, Kaveh Ostad-Ali-Askari, Hossein Gholami, Vijay P. Singh, Mohsen Ghane, Shahide Dehghan and Majedeh Haeri-Hamedani
DOI : 10.3844/ajeassp.2019.270.278
American Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Volume 12, Issue 2
Salinity has a variety of salts, one of which is salinity of sodium chloride. Different plants react differently to salinity and their performance will vary according to their resistance, which after all the treatments, chlorophyll was measured. Depend on the outcomes of salinity consequences on native herbage; herbage features such as relative chlorophyll and chlorophyll fluorescence were decreased. Also, salinity reduced the amount of potassium in the leaf and root, as well as increased sodium levels in the leaves and roots. This trait is the highest in control treatment and the lowest in treatment with 125 mg/L sodium chloride. Root length index was decreased to 1.25 mg/L sodium chloride in comparison to control treatment. This attribute is the level of 25 mM was not significant compared to the control. At the highest level of salinity (125 mM/L sodium chloride), the sodium content of the limb increased by about 3.5 times as much as the control. The number of leaves and the relative chlorophyll content of the control treatment were 48.65% and 52.31% higher than the salinity treatments. According to the article the potassium content of stems and roots in the control treatment is higher than that of 125 mg, 55.7%, and 66.53%. And the sodium content of stem and root of the control treatment was reduced to 69.57 and 14.17, respectively, to 125 mg. In the control treatment, inarticle, potassium content is higher than sodium, but in the 125 mg salinity treatment, the sodium content is higher than that of potassium. And the amount of 125 mg salinity treatment in Sodium was 49.26% higher than the sodium root. And the amount of 125 mg salinity treatment in potassium is 68.22% higher than potassium root. Chlorophyll fluorescence inarticle. In control, treatment is 17% higher than salinity treatment.
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