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Relationship Between Relative Water Content and Ascorbate Redox Enzymes Activity in Lettuce Leaves Subjected to Soil Water Stress
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Relationship Between Relative Water Content and Ascorbate Redox Enzymes Activity in Lettuce Leaves Subjected to Soil Water Stress
Kang, Sang-Jae; Park, Man;
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 Abstract
The relationship between relative water contents of lettuce leaves and biochemical activities in lettuce was examined in this study to explore an adaptation response of lettuce to water stress from soils. Soil water contents and relative water contents of leaves were positively related to show
 Keywords
Ascorbate-related enzymes;Hydrogen peroxide;Water content;Soils;Lettuce;
 Language
Korean
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