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Amirjani, M. R. (2010) Effect of salinity stress on growth, mineral composition, proline content, antioxidant enzymes of soybean. Amer. J. Plant Physiol. 5 , 350–360. Amirjani M R Effect

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plant ajwain ( Trachyspermum ammi [L.] Sprague) . J. Arid. Environ. 64 , 209 – 220 . 2. Asish , K. P. , Anath , B. D. ( 2004 ) Salt tolerance and salinity effects on

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Biomphalaria glabrata snails were infected with Schistosoma mansoni and maintained at different dilutions of artificial ocean water for up to 4 weeks. Glucose and maltose concentration of the digestive gland-gonad complex were analyzed by high-performance thin-layer chromatography at different stages of the infection. B. glabrata snails were divided into three experimental groups: Group A, snails with early prepatent infection (10 days post-infection); Group B, snails with late prepatent infection (22 days post-infection); and Group C, snails with patent infection (45 days post-infection). Infected snails in A were maintained at different salinities for 2 weeks and then necropsied, and their two main simple sugars, i.e., glucose and maltose, were analyzed. Groups B and C contained two subgroups: the first subgoups were analyzed after 2 weeks, and the second after 4 weeks. Controls for these experiments were maintained identically in either deionized water or artificial spring water. Maltose and glucose were extracted from the digestive gland-gonad complex in ethanol-water (70:30). 1-Butanol-glacial acetic acid-diethyl ether-deionized water (27:18:5:3) mobile phase was used to separate sugars on EMD Millipore silica gel preadsorbent plates. Sugars were detected using α-naphthol-sulfuric acid reagent and quantified with a CAMAG TLC Scanner 3 at 515 nm. The obtained data were compared using analysis of variance (ANOVA) single factor statistical analysis. Statistical differences were not found in any sugars in Group A snails. For glucose, a significant difference was found after 4 weeks in both B and C snails. For maltose, a significant difference was found after 4 weeks in B snails and after 2 weeks in C snails. Different salinity levels affect the maltose and glucose concentrations of adult B. glabrata snails infected with S. mansoni.

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Acta Biologica Hungarica
Authors: Evgenia Vekhova, E. Ivashkin, Olga Yurchenko, Anastasia Chaban, V. Dyachuk, Marina Khabarova, and Elena Voronezhskaya

grayanus larvae to short- and long-term changes of salinity. Bull. Russ. Far East Malacol. Soc. 14 , 30–40. Sergeeva E. P. Adaptability of the bivalve mollusk Crenomytilus grayanus

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309 Yao, A. R. (1983): Salinity resistance: physiology and prices. Physiol Plant. , 58 , 214-222. Salinity resistance: physiology and prices

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Acta Biologica Hungarica
Authors: Viktória Bőhm, Dávid Fekete, Gábor Balázs, László Gáspár, and Noémi Kappel

temperature tolerant rootstock genotypes for cucumber . J. Plant Physiol. 138 , 661 – 666 . 5. Cheeseuman , J. M. ( 1988 ) Mechanisms of salinity tolerance in plants

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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: Lidiane Pinto Correia, Elisana Afonso de Moura, Hallisson Meneses Pires, and Rui Oliveira Macêdo

, with different purposes [ 3 – 6 ]. This study aimed to evaluate the thermal characterization of different salinities water by DSC-cooling. Experimental Samples The samples were collected in Serra

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Àlvarez-Rogel, J., F. Alcaraz and R. Ortiz. 2000. Soil salinity and moisture gradients and plant zonation in Mediterranean salt marshes of Southeast Spain. Wetlands . 20: 357

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Akhani, H., Ghorbanli, M. (1993): A contribution to the halophytic vegetation and flora of Iran. pp. 35-44, In: Lieth, H., Al-Masoom, A.(eds.), Towards the Rational Use of High Salinity Tolerant Plants , Vol. 1

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baroreflex control of sympathetic activity during intravenous hypertonic saline infusions [ 14 ], which may counteract stimulatory effects of sodium and volume loading. Therefore, it is unclear what the effects of high sodium consumption with concomitant

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