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Kosteletzkya virginica

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[Total number of keywords: 437]

 

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(1), High-temperature stress (1), Hydrogen oxide (1), Hydroponic systems (1), hypocotyls (1), imbibition (1), immigration (1), Impacts (1), in vitro culture (1), in vitro regeneration (1), indole acetic acid (1), Induced disease resistance (1), Interannual variation (1), Introduction (1), ion balance (1), Ion content (1), ion homeostasis (1), ion leakage (1), ion transport (1), ion uptake (1), ionic content (1), Irrigation (1), island biogeography (1), Isotopic techniques (1), kinetin (1), Kosteletzkya pentacarpos (1), Kosteletzkya virginica L. Malvaceae: ion content: K+ Na+ selectivity: salimity stress: salt tolerance: halophyte: brackish marsh (1), Kosteletzkya virginica L.: Malvaceae (1), Krebs cycle intermediates (1), Lead (1), leaf sap osmotic potential (1), leaf water potential (1), leaves (1), Lepidium sativum L. (1), lipid content (1), Lycopersicon esculentum (1), Magnolia sargentiana (1), Male-female interference (1), malondialdehyde (1), Malus domestica (1), Malvales (1), Marine aquaculture effluents (1), medicinal plant (1), methyl proline (1), micropropagation (1), Microspore (1), mineral content (1), mineral nutrients (1), mixed mating (1), Movement herkogamy (1), Mucilage (1), mucilages (1), multiple stressors (1), Mungbean (1), N nutrition (1), NaCl (1), NaCl salinity (1), nectary (1), New crops (1), Nitric oxide (1), NO (1), nutrient enrichment (1), nutrient solutions (1), nutritive value (1), organogenesis (1), Osmopriming (1), outcrossing (1), Panicum hemitomon (1), Participatory (1), Passiflora incarnata (1), Penicillium expansum (1), phenotypic manipulation (1), phospholipid (1), phospholipids (1), photosynthesis (1), phytosterols (1), plant anatomy (1), plant biochemistry (1), plant conservation (1), plant density (1), plant growth (1), plant micronutrients (1), plant morphology (1), Plant traits (1), plant-water relations (1), plasma membrane (1), Ploidy level (1), Pollen receipt (1), pollen removal and deposition (1), pollen-limitation (1), pollination by deceit (1), pollutants (1), Populus euramericana (1), Potential yield ratio (PYR) (1), Pretreatment (1), Primary production (1), proofreading (1), proofreading process (1), proofs (1), protandry (1), protein content (1), publication process (1), publisher/printer (1), Quantitative real-time PCR (1), Quercetin (1), RAPD (1), Recovery (1), Regenerants (1), regulation (1), Reproductive success (1), Rice (1), root growth (1), root growth: ion content: halophyte: salinity stress (1), Saccharomyces cerevisiae (1), saline soils (1), Saline water (1), salt marsh plants (1), salt tolerance: K+ Na+ selectivity (1), Salt-affected soils (1), Salt-resistance (1), Salt-tolerant oil plants (1), scanning electron microscopy (1), Schinus terebinthifolius (1), SDS-PAGE (1), Seashore mallow (1), Seawater irrigation (1), seed dormancy (1), seed emergence (1), Seed yield (1), seedling emergence (1), self pollination (1), self-pollination (1), sexual reproduction (1), shoots (1), soil pollution (1), soil salinity (1), Solidago sempervirens (1), south-eastern Brazil (1), Spartina alterniflora (1), Species turnover (1), stems (1), sterol (1), style deflexion (1), sucrose (1), superoxide dismutase (1), Suppression subtractive hybridization (1), temperature (1), Thelypteris palustris (1), tissue distribution (1), tomato (1), Transesterification (1), Triticum aestivum L (1), Triticum aestivum. (1), turnover (1), ultrastructure (1), variation in herkogamy (1), Vegetable oil (1), Vigna luteola (1), Vigna unguiculata (1), Vulnerability (1), vulnerable species (1), water requirements (1), waterlogging (1), Wetland (1), Wheat (1), woody species (1), xylem (1)

 

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