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Scientific Bulletin of Namangan State University

Abstract

The article discusses the changes in the antioxidant system to assess the adaptation of cotton to salinization under the influence of the DAG-1 preparation, obtained on the basis of glycyrrhizic acid. The study showed that treatment of cotton seeds with DAG-1 preparation before sowing activates the synthesis / degradation of the free amino acid proline.

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