International Journal of Advanced Research and Development

International Journal of Advanced Research and Development


International Journal of Advanced Research and Development
International Journal of Advanced Research and Development
Vol. 2, Issue 5 (2017)

An overview of the growth and development of crop plants under salinity stress


Varsha Rani Chaudhary

Stalinization of soils or waters is one of the world’s maximum severe environmental problems in agriculture. The trouble of salinity is characterized by using an excess of inorganic salts and is common inside the arid and semi-arid lands, wherein it's been naturally shaped underneath the prevailing climatic conditions and due to higher prices of evapotranspiration and absence of leaching water. This paper presents an overview of the physiological mechanisms by using which growth and development of crop vegetation are tormented by salinity. Plant boom and improvement are adversely stricken by salinity a major environmental stress as a result of salinity that limits agricultural manufacturing, seed germination, survival percent, morphological traits, development and yield and its additives. In well known, salt pressure decreases the photosynthesis and breathing price of plant life. Normal carbohydrate, fatty acid and protein content have been adversely affected because of salinity impact, however extended the level of amino acids, specifically proline. Most crop plants are salt tolerant at germination but salt sensitive during emergence and vegetative development. Root and shoot growth is inhibited via salinity, but, supplemental Ca in part alleviates the boom inhibition. Vegetation with progressed salt tolerance must thrive below saline discipline conditions with numerous extra stresses. The salinity tolerance depends on the interaction among salinity and other environmental factors however the mechanisms of salinity boron interactions are nevertheless poorly known.
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Varsha Rani Chaudhary. An overview of the growth and development of crop plants under salinity stress. International Journal of Advanced Research and Development, Volume 2, Issue 5, 2017, Pages 685-689
International Journal of Advanced Research and Development