Osmotic Adjustment of Tomato Fruits and Leaves Grown in Sand and Irrigated with Saline Water.

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Year Published: 2005
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Author: Plaut, Z. ; Matan, E. ; Yehezkel, Ch. ; Grava, A.
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Number: 697
Journal: Acta horticulturae
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ISSN: 05677572
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sodium, potassium, soluble solids, leaves, chemicalconstituents of plants, chlorides, sandy soils, ion transport, seasonalvariation, total solids, calcium, sugar content, fruits (plant anatomy),crop production, crop quality, irrigation water, electricalconductivity, tomatoes, Lycopersicon esculentum, water stress, droughttolerance, osmotic pressure, saline water, salinity, salt tolerance

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