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Environmental Analysis & Ecology Studies

Comparison of Advanced Selection Level Genotypes with Widely Grown Varieties of Strawberry Under Salinity Condition

Submission: March 09, 2021; Published: December 03, 2021

DOI: 10.31031/EAES.2021.09.000714

ISSN: 2578-0336
Volume 9 Issue 3


Salinity, or salt stress, disrupts the absorption of nutrients, reduces water intake and photosynthetic activity, thus decreasing the yield in plants with loss of biomass. In this ongoing study, widely grown varieties along with advanced selection genotypes, which have promising feature, are being used. In the first year of this study, which is planned to last two years, genotype and varieties’ tolerance levels in salinity stress will be determined and in the next year, commercial biostimulant and abscisic acid will be applied to selected plants (sensitive, semi-tolerant and tolerant) in order to provide salt tolerance. Our preliminary results indicate that advanced selection genotypes have better salinity tolerant in comparison with common varieties. Thus, it is thought that the study will provide data for both breeding and molecular research, and recommend the use of commercial products for large-scale producers.

Keywords: advanced-selected genotypes, salt tolerance, vegetative parameters

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