Influence of different salinity levels on morphological aspects of eucalyptus urograndis seedlings

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2009-01-01

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This study was set up in protected environment at the Agricultrural Engeneering Department, FCA – UNESP, Botucatu – SP. Washed thin sand were used in black PVC pots (14 L volume), whose water content were mantained close to-0.01 MPa. The objective was to evaluate the influence of five levels of salinity: 1,41; 2,50; 4,50; 6,45 and 8,33 dS m -1 on Eucalyptus urograndis seedlings through some morphological parameters. Ten replicates under completely randomized design were used. The results showed that the most of morphological characteristics decreased followed by increased soil salinity: until 8,33 dS m -1 did not afected initial seedling growth; from 4,50 dSm- 1 , there was height and diameter growth decrease after 30 days of stress; there was less aereal part and root dry matter up to 4,50 dSm -1 . Leaf área was the most affected variable under salinity applied, with visible decrease from 4,50 dS m -1 electric conductivity.

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IRRIGA, v. 14, n. 1, p. 68-75, 2009.

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