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Fatemeh Hashemi

Effect of partial rhizosphere drying on plant photosynthetic, antioxidative and water related indicators in cotton

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Effect of partial rhizosphere drying on plant photosynthetic, antioxidative and water related indicators in cotton. / Iqbal, Rashid; Raza, Muhammad Aown Sammar; Muhammad Habib-ur-Rahman, Muhammad et al.

I: Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis, Bind 53, Nr. 16, 26.04.2022, s. 2125-2140.

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Iqbal, R, Raza, MAS, Muhammad Habib-ur-Rahman, M, haydar, S, Israr, M, Mustafa, F, Shahzaman, M, Ayaz, M, Toleikiene , M, Hashemi, F, Khan, MT & Aslam, MM 2022, 'Effect of partial rhizosphere drying on plant photosynthetic, antioxidative and water related indicators in cotton', Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis, bind 53, nr. 16, s. 2125-2140. https://doi.org/10.1080/00103624.2022.2070633

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Iqbal, R., Raza, M. A. S., Muhammad Habib-ur-Rahman, M., haydar, S., Israr, M., Mustafa, F., Shahzaman, M., Ayaz, M., Toleikiene , M., Hashemi, F., Khan, M. T., & Aslam, M. M. (2022). Effect of partial rhizosphere drying on plant photosynthetic, antioxidative and water related indicators in cotton. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis, 53(16), 2125-2140. https://doi.org/10.1080/00103624.2022.2070633

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Iqbal R, Raza MAS, Muhammad Habib-ur-Rahman M, haydar S, Israr M, Mustafa F, Shahzaman M, Ayaz M, Toleikiene M, Hashemi F, et al. 2022. Effect of partial rhizosphere drying on plant photosynthetic, antioxidative and water related indicators in cotton. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis. 53(16):2125-2140. https://doi.org/10.1080/00103624.2022.2070633

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Iqbal R, Raza MAS, Muhammad Habib-ur-Rahman M, haydar S, Israr M, Mustafa F et al. Effect of partial rhizosphere drying on plant photosynthetic, antioxidative and water related indicators in cotton. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis. 2022 apr. 26;53(16):2125-2140. https://doi.org/10.1080/00103624.2022.2070633

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Iqbal, Rashid ; Raza, Muhammad Aown Sammar ; Muhammad Habib-ur-Rahman, Muhammad et al. / Effect of partial rhizosphere drying on plant photosynthetic, antioxidative and water related indicators in cotton. I: Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis. 2022 ; Bind 53, Nr. 16. s. 2125-2140.

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title = "Effect of partial rhizosphere drying on plant photosynthetic, antioxidative and water related indicators in cotton",
abstract = "Freshwater resources are severely declining due to climate change. However, the use of water saving strategies is a prime objective of this century. Many techniques have been developed to cope this core issue. Among them, Partial rhizosphere drying (PRD) being one of the effective approaches plays a major role to reduce the harmful effects of water deficit stress. In PRD, the rhizosphere is divided in two equal halves, each portion irrigated in alternate scheduling to save 50% water. This study was designed to evaluate the performance of five cotton varieties (FH-142, IUB-222, IUB-13, MM-58 and NOOR) under full irrigation (FI) and drought (partial root zone drying, PRD). Results revealed that MM-58 performed the best among other varieties, particularly through improved rate of stomata conductance (32.17%), photosynthesis (24.24%), water-related parameters (16.69%, 36.88% and 43.34% for LRWC, LOP and LTP respectively) and antioxidants activity (19.86%, 43.90%, 20.51% and 21.11% for SOD, POD, CAT and APX respectively) compared to NOOR. Moreover, higher values of growth (PH, LAI) and water related parameters were found in FI while osmolyte accumulation (Sugar and Proline) and antioxidants (SOD, POD, CAT, APX) were more in PRD. In crux, the above traits are the best indicators to screen out any crop varieties especially cotton at the early developmental stage to save time in breeding programs.",
keywords = "Cotton, antioxidant enzymes, drought, gas exchange, organic osmolytes, partial rhizosphere drying (PRD)",
author = "Rashid Iqbal and Raza, {Muhammad Aown Sammar} and {Muhammad Habib-ur-Rahman}, Muhammad and Sajjad haydar and Muhammad Israr and Farhan Mustafa and Muhammad Shahzaman and Muhammad Ayaz and Monika Toleikiene and Fatemeh Hashemi and Khan, {Muhammad Tahir} and Aslam, {Muhammad Mahran}",
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doi = "10.1080/00103624.2022.2070633",
language = "English",
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journal = "Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis",
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RIS

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T1 - Effect of partial rhizosphere drying on plant photosynthetic, antioxidative and water related indicators in cotton

AU - Iqbal, Rashid

AU - Raza, Muhammad Aown Sammar

AU - Muhammad Habib-ur-Rahman, Muhammad

AU - haydar, Sajjad

AU - Israr, Muhammad

AU - Mustafa, Farhan

AU - Shahzaman, Muhammad

AU - Ayaz, Muhammad

AU - Toleikiene , Monika

AU - Hashemi, Fatemeh

AU - Khan, Muhammad Tahir

AU - Aslam, Muhammad Mahran

PY - 2022/4/26

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N2 - Freshwater resources are severely declining due to climate change. However, the use of water saving strategies is a prime objective of this century. Many techniques have been developed to cope this core issue. Among them, Partial rhizosphere drying (PRD) being one of the effective approaches plays a major role to reduce the harmful effects of water deficit stress. In PRD, the rhizosphere is divided in two equal halves, each portion irrigated in alternate scheduling to save 50% water. This study was designed to evaluate the performance of five cotton varieties (FH-142, IUB-222, IUB-13, MM-58 and NOOR) under full irrigation (FI) and drought (partial root zone drying, PRD). Results revealed that MM-58 performed the best among other varieties, particularly through improved rate of stomata conductance (32.17%), photosynthesis (24.24%), water-related parameters (16.69%, 36.88% and 43.34% for LRWC, LOP and LTP respectively) and antioxidants activity (19.86%, 43.90%, 20.51% and 21.11% for SOD, POD, CAT and APX respectively) compared to NOOR. Moreover, higher values of growth (PH, LAI) and water related parameters were found in FI while osmolyte accumulation (Sugar and Proline) and antioxidants (SOD, POD, CAT, APX) were more in PRD. In crux, the above traits are the best indicators to screen out any crop varieties especially cotton at the early developmental stage to save time in breeding programs.

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KW - Cotton

KW - antioxidant enzymes

KW - drought

KW - gas exchange

KW - organic osmolytes

KW - partial rhizosphere drying (PRD)

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DO - 10.1080/00103624.2022.2070633

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EP - 2140

JO - Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis

JF - Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis

SN - 0010-3624

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