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    • Nutrient deficiency and hypoxia as constraints to Panicum coloratum growth in alkaline soils 

      Luna, Dario Fernando; Aguirre, A.; Pittaro, Gabriela; Bustos, Dolores Angela; Ciacci, María Belén; Taleisnik, Edith (Wiley; British Grassland Society; European Grassland Federation, 2017-12)
      Alkaline and saline–alkaline soils impose severe restrictions on plant growth. Panicum coloratum var. coloratum is a perennial C4 forage grass widely used in tropical and subtropical environments. Published information on ...
    • Plasticity in sunflower leaf and cell growth under high salinity 

      Céccoli, Gabriel; Bustos, Dolores Angela; Ortega, Leandro Ismael; Senn, Eugenia; Vegetti, Abelardo Carlos; Taleisnik, Edith (Wiley, 2015-01)
      A group of sunflower lines that exhibit a range of leaf Na+ concentrations under high salinity was used to explore whether the responses to the osmotic and ionic components of salinity can be distinguished in leaf expansion ...
    • Salt glands in the Poaceae Family and their relationship to salinity tolerance 

      Céccoli, Gabriel; Ramos, Julio Cesar; Pilatti, Vanesa; Dellaferrera, Ignacio Miguel; Tivano, Juan; Taleisnik, Edith; Vegetti, Abelardo Carlos (Springer, 2015-06)
      The Poaceae is one of the most important Angiosperm families, in terms of morphological diversity, ecology and economic importance. Species within this family show a very wide variation in terms of salinity tolerance. Salt ...
    • Salt tolerance variability among stress‐selected Panicum coloratum cv. Klein plants 

      Pittaro, Gabriela; Caceres, Leandro; Bruno, Cecilia Inés; Tomas, Maria Andrea; Bustos, Dolores Angela; Monteoliva, Mariela Ines; Ortega, Leandro Ismael; Taleisnik, Edith (Wiley; British Grassland Society; European Grassland Federation, 2016-11)
      This work assessed intracultivar variability for salt tolerance within Panicum coloratum cv. Klein, explored some physiological parameters potentially associated with it and evaluated the contribution of cell division and ...
    • Wild halophytic species as forage sources: key aspects for plant breeding 

      Marinoni, Lorena del Rosario; Zabala, Juan Marcelo; Taleisnik, Edith; Schrauf, Gustavo Enrique; Richard, Geraldina Alicia; Tomas, Pablo Andrés; Giavedoni, Julio Alberto; Pensiero, José Francisco (Wiley; British Grassland Society; European Grassland Federation, 2019-02-20)
      The use of wild halophytic species as forage resources in saline environments has gained increasing attention. Argentina ranks third in area of saline soils in the world, with a third of its territory showing various degrees ...