Screening techniques and sources of tolerance to salinity and mineral nutrient imbalances in cool season food legumes
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N. P. Saxena, Mohan C. Saxena, P. Ruckenbauer, R. S. Rana, M. M El-Fouly, R. Shabana. (1/1/1993). Screening techniques and sources of tolerance to salinity and mineral nutrient imbalances in cool season food legumes. Euphytica, 73.
A large global land area is affected by saline, alkali (sodic), and acid soil conditions. Cool season food legumes are important crops in many countries with such adverse soils. Tolerant genotypes have been identified in many crops, including legumes. However, very little has been published on selection of tolerant cool season food legume crops. The inadequate knowledge and understanding of the responses of cool season food legume crops to these abiotic stresses, necessitates action by a collaborative network of interdisciplinary teams to make rapid progress in identifying tolerant germplasm and developing cultivars better adapted to unfavorable soil conditions.
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