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Chen, A.K., Han, R.H., Li, D.Y., Lin, L.L., Luo, H.X. and Tang, S.J. (2010) A Comparison of Two Methods for Electrical Conductivity about Plant Leaves. Journal of Guangdong Education Institute, 30, 510-515.

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  • TITLE: Ultrasound on Seedling Growth of Wheat under Drought Stress Effects

    AUTHORS: Haiyan Ran, Liyan Yang, Yanling Cao

    KEYWORDS: Drought Stress, Ultrasound, Drought Resistance

    JOURNAL NAME: Agricultural Sciences, Vol.6 No.7, July 14, 2015

    ABSTRACT: This study used different intensity ultrasound treatments, wheat seedlings in the germination energy, germination rate, growth potential, root length, and number of lateral roots optimal radiation dose selection. Studied under drought stress were the optimal dose of radiation treatment of wheat seedling leaf relative water content (RWC), protein content, Methane Dicarboxylic Aldehyde (MDA) content, relative conductivity, Superoxide dismutase (SOD) activity, and the impact of amylase activity. Studies have shown that after ultrasonic treatment enhanced drought resistance of wheat seedlings, alleviate drought stress on wheat seedling injury to 65 W 15 min ultrasonic treatment works best.