2004
DOI: 10.1590/s0100-204x2004000100014
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Abstract: Resumo -O objetivo deste trabalho foi avaliar a influência do NaCl nos sistemas isoenzimáticos durante o estádio inicial de germinação do Stylosanthes guianensis (Aubl.) Sw. Sementes das variedades botânicas canenscens, microcephala, pauciflora e vulgaris foram colocadas para germinar em caixas de plástico, com papel-filtro umedecido com água (controle) e solução de NaCl (134 mmol), em estufa BOD, por 14 horas. Após este período, foi realizada a extração das enzimas glutamato desidrogenase e peroxidase. As enz… Show more

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“…Furthermore, organogenic calli have been referred to as a suitable strategy to regenerate stable stylosanthes transgenic plants (Quecini et al 2006). Nevertheless, the studies about behavior under saline conditions in stylosanthes species referred only to germination (Gonela et al 2004, Silva et al 2014) and plant growth (Lovato and Martins 1997;Gonzá-lez et al 2000;Fuentes et al 2010). In this regard, programs of in vitro selection for tolerance to abiotic stresses could be a useful tool; however, this strategy is dependent on the development of efficient and reliable callus induction and plant regeneration systems (Benderradji et al 2007).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Furthermore, organogenic calli have been referred to as a suitable strategy to regenerate stable stylosanthes transgenic plants (Quecini et al 2006). Nevertheless, the studies about behavior under saline conditions in stylosanthes species referred only to germination (Gonela et al 2004, Silva et al 2014) and plant growth (Lovato and Martins 1997;Gonzá-lez et al 2000;Fuentes et al 2010). In this regard, programs of in vitro selection for tolerance to abiotic stresses could be a useful tool; however, this strategy is dependent on the development of efficient and reliable callus induction and plant regeneration systems (Benderradji et al 2007).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%