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Comparison of the Effects of Saline and Alkaline Stress on Growth, Photosynthesis and Water-Soluble Carbohydrate of Oat Seedling (Avena sativa L)

By Rui Guo, Ji Zhou, WeiPing Hao, DaoZhi Gong, SongTao Yang, XiuLi Zhong and FengXue Gu

Submitted: March 12th 2011Reviewed: June 21st 2011Published: December 22nd 2011

DOI: 10.5772/29860

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Rui Guo, Ji Zhou, WeiPing Hao, DaoZhi Gong, SongTao Yang, XiuLi Zhong and FengXue Gu (December 22nd 2011). Comparison of the Effects of Saline and Alkaline Stress on Growth, Photosynthesis and Water-Soluble Carbohydrate of Oat Seedling (Avena sativa L), Principles, Application and Assessment in Soil Science E. Burcu Özkaraova Güngör, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/29860. Available from:

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