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Title of Thesis

Influence of Exogenously Applied Glycinebetaine and Proline Alleviating the Adverse Effects of Salt Stress on canola ( Brassica napus L.)

Author(s)

HABIB-UR-REHMAN ATHAR

Institute/University/Department Details
Department of Botany, University Of Agriculture, Faisalabad.
Session
2009
Subject
Botany
Number of Pages
304
Keywords (Extracted from title, table of contents and abstract of thesis)
Applied Glycinebetaine, Salt Stress on canola, Brassica napus L., Food Security, Crop Improvement

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1 0 CONTENTS

 

 
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INTRODUCTION

 

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3 2 REVIEW OF LITERATURE

2.1 Current Scenario of World Population and Food Security

2.2 World Food Security and Crop Improvement

2.3 Crop Productivity as Affected by Various Abiotic Stresses

2.4 Salinity – A Major Menace for Crop Production throughout the History of Civilization World Over

2.5 Extent of Salinity Stress – in World and Pakistan

2.6 How Much does Salinity Sost?

2.7 Oil-Seed Crops

2.8 Adverse Effects of Salt Stress on Plants

2.9 Causes of Adverse Effects of Salt Stress

2.10 Responses of Brassicas to Salt Stress

2.11 Strategies for Improving Crop Efficiency Against Salt Stress

2.12 Exogenous Application of Glycinebetaine and Proline

2.14 Factors Affecting Foliar Uptake of Compatible Solutes

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4 3 MATERIALS AND METHODS 76
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5 4 RESULTS 99
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6 5 DISCUSSION

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7 6 GENERAL DISCUSSION

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8 7 SUMMARY

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9 8 REFERENCES

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