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nociceptive agonist was instilled into a local segment of the femoral artery, so that the vasosensory afferents could be excited precisely and the mechanism could be ascertained. Materials and methods All the chemicals (saline/agonist/antagonist) were

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. Akinci , I. E. , Akinci , S. , Yilmaz , K. , Dikici , H. ( 2004 ) Response of eggplant varieties ( Solanum melongena ) to salinity in germination and seedling stages . New Zealand J. Crop Horticul. Sci. 32 , 193 – 200

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Bolarin, M. C., Santa-Cruz, A., Cayuela, E., Perez-Alfocea, F. (1995): Short-term solute change in leaves and roots of cultivated and wild tomato seedlings under salinity. J. Plant Physiol. , 147 , 463

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. J. (2000): Plant cellular and molecular responses to high salinity. Annu. Rev. Plant Physiol. Plant. Mol. Biol. , 51 , 463–499. Bohnert H. J. Plant cellular and molecular

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Amzallag, G. N., Lener, H. R., Poljakoff-Mayber, A. (1990): Exogenous ABA as a modulator of the response of sorghum to high salinity. J. Exp. Bot. , 541 , 1529

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. Plant Physiol. 24 : 1 – 15 . Baldwin , C.M. , Liu , L.B. , McCarty , W.L. , Bauerle , M. , Toler , J.E. 2006 . Effects of trinexapac-ethyl on the salinity

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Whitaker, F.F., P.L. Smart 1993: Circulation of saline groundwaters in carbonate platforms: a review and case study from the Bahamas. — In: Horbury, A.D., A.G. Robinson (Eds): Diagenesis and Basin Development. AAPG Studies in Geology, 36, pp. 113

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(B), mediolateral (ML): 1 mm, and vertical (V): 1.5 mm from dura (Fig.  1 ). Alert, previously well-handled rats were microinjected bilaterally with either 7.5 µg STZ (Sigma S-0130, 10 µg/µl; dissolved in sterile physiological saline) or sterile

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References Atia , A. , Debez , A. , Rabhi , M. , Smaoui , A. , Abdelly , C. 2009 . Interactive effects of salinity, nitrate, light, and seed weight on the germination of the

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( Khuroo et al., 1991, 1997; Ustunsoz et al., 1999; Aygun et al., 2001; Boland et al., 2003; Nasseri et al., 2006; Cai et al., 2016 ). The most frequently used sclerotic agents include 15–30% hypertonic saline and 95% ethanol ( Golemanov et al., 2011

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