Evaluation of salt tolerance capability of cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) germplasm. (30)
Keywords:Salinity, Germination, Phenotype index, Salt response index
AbstractThirty-five exotic accessions of cotton (Gossypum hirsutum L.) were screened against soil salinity, in the terms of germination in different gradients of salt solutions of electrical conductivity. Eight accessions, namely, F-1913, F-1942, LH-1556, LN-900, F-1794, F-846, F-1424, and F-1054 along with control cultivar LRA-5166, showed superior performance against salinity at all stages of development. The accessions are recommended as the potential parents for breeding salt-tolerant genotypes. Variation in salt tolerance response was found to be associated with ontogenic change in a few accessions.
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Ghosh, D., Tripathi, Y. K., Mujamdar, M., Kumar, R., & Prakash, V. (2006). Evaluation of salt tolerance capability of cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) germplasm. (30). Tropical Agriculture, 83(1). Retrieved from https://journals.sta.uwi.edu/ojs/index.php/ta/article/view/1162