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Effects of Vernalization, Temperature, and Soil Drying Periods on the Growth and Yield of Chinese Cabbage
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Effects of Vernalization, Temperature, and Soil Drying Periods on the Growth and Yield of Chinese Cabbage
Lee, Sang Gyu; Lee, Hee Ju; Kim, Sung Kyeom; Choi, Chang Sun; Park, Sung Tae; Jang, Yoon Ah; Do, Kyung Ran;
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 Abstract
This study was carried out to determine the effects of vernalization, temperature, and soil water deficit (SD) on mesophyll cells, growth, and yield of Chinese cabbage (Brassica campestris L). The palisade parenchyma and spongy tissues of Chinese cabbage were observed under full irrigation and two weeks of SD treatment. These cells were severely collapsed by four weeks SD treatment. The SD treatment had the greatest influence on the growth of Chinese cabbage among the tested treatment factors (vernalization, temperature, and SD), growth significantly decreased by severe drought treatment (four weeks SD treatment). In addition, the relative growth rate, unit leaf rate, leaf area ratio, specific leaf area, and leaf weight ratio were significantly affected by SD treatment; however, other individual factors and their combined treatments did not influence the analyzed growth parameters. The yield under vernalization after high temperature and full irrigation treatments was 3,056 kg/10 a, which was the greatest among all the tested treatments, while four-week SD treatment significantly reduced the yield. Head formation of Chinese cabbage was not altered under SD treatment, and vernalization treatments did not induce bolting. Our results indicated that collapsing mesophyll cells and reduced growth and yield were induced by SD treatment. Thus we suggest that optimal irrigation system should be install to avoid or overcome crippling drought conditions in the open field.
 Keywords
anatomical observation;Brassica campestris L. ssp. pekinensis;drought;environmental stress;stomata;
 Language
Korean
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