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Central Asian Problems of Modern Science and Education

Article Title

INTRASPESIFIC DIVERSITY OF DIPLOID AND TETRAPLOID SPESIFIC OF COTTON ON SALT TOLERANCE

Abstract

Article consist cotton growth, nutrition absorption and yield were improved by adding appropriate amounts of K and Na. It was thus established that the samples studied showed different resistance to salinity. Samples of the cotton germplasm collection proved to be highly resistant to salinization

First Page

68

Last Page

73

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