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Composition of saline residues on leaves and stems of saltcedar (Tamarix pentandra Pallas)

John David Hem

Composition of saline residues on leaves and stems of saltcedar (Tamarix pentandra Pallas)

by John David Hem

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Published by U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tamarisks.,
  • Plant anatomy.,
  • Salt deposits.,
  • Evapotranspiration.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby John D. Hem.
    SeriesStudies of evapotranspiration, Geological Survey professional paper -- 491-C
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 9 p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22935738M

    Role of gypsum and compost in reclaiming saline-sodic soils Mohamed K. Abdel-Fattah Soil Science Department, Faculty of Agriculture, Zagazig University, Egypt Abstract: A leaching experiment using columns technique was carried out to evaluate the efficiency of. plants for saline to sodic soil conditions Salt tolerance is the relative ability of a plant to endure the effects of excess salts in the soil rooting medium in order to produce a satisfactory stand or yield.

    sick, yellow-green color, short stems, small leaves, pale colored leaves and flowers, slow and dwarfed plant growth Function of P and deficiency symptoms Stimulates early formation and growth of roots, Provides for fast and vigorous growth and speeds maturity. A more detailed review of the occurrence of saline soils belongs to the field of Soil Survey and will not be considered in the present text. Aside from their influence on the concentration of the soil solution, the addition of salts to the soil profile may also lead to an alteration Cited by: 2.

    Salt Cedar Tamarix spp. Salt cedar has been found near Oak Lake in Lincoln (one plant). It causes great amounts of damage along waterways in the southwest US. It . Salinity is one of the rising problems causing tremendous yield losses in many regions of the world especially in arid and semiarid regions. To maximize crop productivity, these areas should be brought under utilization where there are options for removing salinity or using the salt-tolerant crops. Use of salt-tolerant crops does not remove the salt and hence halophytes that have capacity to Cited by:


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Composition of saline residues on leaves and stems of saltcedar (Tamarix pentandra Pallas) by John David Hem Download PDF EPUB FB2

COMPOSITION OF SALINE RESIDUES ON LEAVES AND STEMS OF SALTCEDAR (TAMARIX PENTANDRA PALLAS) By JoHN D. HEM ABSTRACT Saltcedar leaves and stems collected along the Gila River in Safford Valley, Ariz., and at various locations in the Rio Grande and Pecos basins of New Mexico, were analyzed for inorganic ions.

The total content of cal­Cited by: 7. Composition of saline residues on leaves and stems of saltcedar (Tamarix pentandra Pallas) Washington: U.S.

Govt. Print. Off., (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors /. Author of Composition of saline residues on leaves and stems of saltcedar (Tamarix pentandra Pallas), Chemical equilibria and rates of manganese oxidation, Calculation and use of ion activity, Restraints on dissolved ferrous iron imposed by bicarbonate redox potential, and pH, Survey of ferrous-ferric chemical equilibria and redox potentials, Some chemical relationships among sulfur.

pp c / composition of saline residues on leaves and stems of saltcedar (tamarix pentandra pallas),pb, 9 pages, 1 figure, 3 tables, $ 5 pp e / mamay, s. / tinsleya, a new genus of seed-bearing callipterid plant from the permian of north-central texas,pb, 14 pages, 3 plates, 2 figs., $ Olea composition, salt tolerance: DOI: /ActaHortic Abstract: The effect of NaCl salinity on the mineral composition of the leaves, stems and roots of the Koroneiki, Mastoides, Kalamon, Amphissis, Kothreiki and Megaritiki olive cultivars was studied using potted one-year-old self-rooted trees.

Hem J D Composition of saline residues on leaves and stems of saltcedar (Tamarix pentandra Pallas). U.S. Geiological Survey Professional Paper C.

U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington DC. Google ScholarCited by: Donald L. Sparks, in Environmental Soil Chemistry (Second Edition), Saline Soils. Saline soils have traditionally been classified as those in which the EC e of the saturation extract is >4 dS m −1 and ESP.

irrigation all disrupt natural flows. Saltcedar tolerates greater environmental extremes than associated native willows and cottonwoods and hence has an advantage over those species.

They can grow on highly saline soil containing up to 15, ppm or more of soluble salts and under alkaline conditions. Abstract. Structure and function of an ecosystem are determined to a large extent by its trophic dynamics (Lindeman ). Organic material produced by primary producers is processed by a suite of consumer and decomposer populations, the species composition and size of which depends upon the amount, quality and availability of the organic material (Boyd and Goodyear ).Cited by: Full Article.

Chemical Composition of Essential Oil and Hydrosol from Picea mariana Bark Residue. Nellie Francezon, and Tatjana Stevanovic * For the first time, the essential oil of Black spruce (Picea mariana) bark residue was obtained using two types of hydrodistillations: steam distillation (SD) and water distillation (WD).Both gave similar yields and compositions as analyzed using gas.

Composition of saline residues on leaves and stems of saltcedar (Tamarixpentandra Pallas). Geological Survey Professional Paper 49]1-C, pp. U.S. Geological Survey, Reston, VA, US.

Plant Responses to Saline and Sodic Conditions DOI: /ch In book: Agricultural Salinity Assessment and Management (pp) tolerance to saline and sodic. Diagnosis and Improvement of Saline and Alkali Soils Paperback – January 1, by United States Department of Agriculture (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Paperback, January 1, Author: United States Department of Agriculture. A sand culture experiment was conducted to investigate the rooting of stem cuttings and growth of Tamarix chinensis irrigated with various dilutions of saline soil solutions extract (0 to 32 g L-1) containing about % Na+.

Rooting of stem cuttings was higher at lower salinity, inhibited greatly when salinity was higher than 12 g L-1, but still 43% of stem cuttings rooted at 32 g L-1 salinity Cited by: 6.

Page 76 - In the classification of irrigation waters, it is assumed that the water will be used under average conditions with respect to soil texture, infiltration rate, drainage, quantity of water used, climate, and salt tolerance of crop.

Large deviations from the average for one or more of these variables may make it unsafe to use what, under average conditions, would be a good water ; or. Large leaves are found in alternate order and are arranged along the stem in a spiral pattern. The "phyllotaxy," or common arrangement, is three-eighths of a turn around the stem between successive leaves.

In other words, from one leaf to the next directly above it, there are eight leaves, and the spiral passes around the stem three times. Saltcedar plants in South Dakota and other northern states are more genetically similar to T.

ramosissima which extends farther north than other species in its native range (Baum ; Friedman et al. Saltcedar plants successful in northern plains’ states exhibit the. At a glance, if one compares the average composition of the saline soil under study and the composition of the bacterial community in each sampled site, a considerable spatial variability is noted.

What is visually evident from Figure 8 is the way the microbial communities differ greatly both qualitatively and quantitatively from site to site Cited by: Diagnosis and improvement of saline and alkali soils.

[United States Salinity Laboratory Staff; Richards, L. (editor); Allison, L. E., Et al.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Diagnosis and improvement of saline and alkali : Et al. United States Salinity Laboratory Staff; Richards, L. (editor); Allison, L. branches nor leaves on very high or low were sampled.

Preliminary tests had shown that leaves from the north and south sides of bushes sampled did not differ in chlorine content.

The soil of the Migda range is non-saline. Total soluble salts content was - % of dry weight, and chlorine. Managing Saline, Sodic or Saline-Sodic Soils for Turfgrasses’ M.

Ali HariuandP The quality of a turfgrass stand is the net result of the interactions of climatic conditions, ravages of pests, and the existing status of the soil, given the inherent genetic characteristics of the turfgrass species being grown.spring, adults glue their eggs on saltcedar leaves either singly or in masses of Young larva emerge from the eggs in about 5 days.

The larvae feed for about days on saltcedar leaves and tender bark. Full grown larvae are black with a yellow strip along each side and are about 1/3 inch long.

Once full size, larvae crawl to the soil.Plant damage due to saline soils becomes evident more slowly than plant damage due to salt spray. At elevated levels, soil salts are harmful to seed germination and plant growth.

General symptoms include stunted growth and reduced yields. All parts of the plant, including leaves, stems, roots and fruits, may be .