I= SELECTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF WHEAT GENOTYPES AGAINST SALINITY AND WATER LOGGING
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Title of Thesis
SELECTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF WHEAT GENOTYPES AGAINST SALINITY AND WATER LOGGING

Author(s)
Muhammad Saqib
Institute/University/Department Details
Department of Soil Science University of Agriculture, Faisalabad.
Session
2002
Subject
Soil Science
Number of Pages
186
Keywords (Extracted from title, table of contents and abstract of thesis)
wheat genotypes, salinity, water logging, plant growth, soil compaction

Abstract

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S. No. Chapter Title of the Chapters Page Size (KB)
1 0 Contents/ Abstract
128.33 KB
2 1 Introduction 1
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3 2 Review of literature 6
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  2.1 Effects of salinity and water-logging on plant growth 6
  2.2 Mechanisms of salinity and water-logging tolerance in plants 17
  2.3 Salinity and water-logging interaction 29
  2.4 Soil compaction and plant growth under non-saline and saline conditions 36
4 3 Materials and Methods 40
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  3.1 Introduction 40
  3.2 Growth conditions and experimental techniques 40
  3.3 Plant analysis 43
  3.4 Statistical analysis 45
5 4 Screening of wheat genotypes against salinity and water-logging in solution culture 46
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  4.1 Introduction 46
  4.2 Methodology 48
  4.3 Results 51
  4.4 Discussion 71
6 5 Performance of selected wheat genotypes in salinesodic soil under green hose conditions 77
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  5.1 Introduction 77
  5.2 Methodology 78
  5.3 Results 79
  5.4 Discussion 87
7 6 Response of wheat genotypes to water-logging at different growth stages under saline and non-saline 92
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  6.1 Introduction 92
  6.2 Methodology 93
  6.3 Results 94
  6.4 Discussion 106
8 7 Effect of compaction on growth and yield of wheat genotypes under saline and water-logged conditions 110
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  7.1 Introduction 110
  7.2 Methodology 112
  7.3 Results 113
  7.4 Discussion 128
9 8 Morphological, anatomical and physiological characteristics of wheat genotypes in response to salinity under aerated and hypoxic conditions 133
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  8.1 Introduction 133
  8.2 Methodology 135
  8.3 Results 136
  8.4 Discussion 149
10 9 General Discussions 155
58.19 KB
11 10 Summary 162
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12 11 Acknowledgements & Literature cited 166
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