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  1. Vol. 57 No. 5, p. 449-450
    Received: Nov 13, 1964

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Sodium Accumulation and Sodium Responses of Five Varieties of Barley1

  1. N. E. Shourbagy and
  2. A. Wallace2



Moderate levels of sodium increased the yields of 5 varieties of barley an average of 28% when grown in solution culture. A high level decreased yields for 4 of the 5 varieties. This level in most instances decreased Ca and Mg contents in tops and roots and that of K in roots. Na22 was readily translocated to shoots of all varieties and translocation was not influenced by anion source when Na22 was supplied at a low level or by temperature.

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