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There are a number of methods for evaluating drought tolerance of plants. One of them is based on the cultivation of seeds in sucrose solutions with high osmotic pressure to simulate physiological water deficit. By determining the percentage (%) of germinated seeds in solutions with high osmotic pressure, it is possible to determine the relative resistance of varieties to drought at the germination stage.





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Effect of EMI variety line chlorophyll content in seed leaves

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Sh. B. Yuldasheva, & Z. Yu. Ibragimova. (2023). The Effect of Low-Frequency EMI in Laboratory Conditions on Some Physiological Properties of Varieties and Lines of Plants Grown Under Two Different (Normal and Water Deficit) Conditions. Central Asian Journal of Medical and Natural Science, 4(5), 11-16. Retrieved from https://cajmns.centralasianstudies.org/index.php/CAJMNS/article/view/1772

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