In Chile, quinoa populations display a high degree of genetic distancing, and variable tolerance to salinity. To investigate which tolerance mechanisms might account for these differences, four genotypes from coastal central and southern regions were compared for their growth, physiological, and molecular responses to NaCl.

Variation in salinity tolerance of four lowland genotypes of quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.) as assessed by growth, physiological traits, and sodium transporter gene expression

RUIZ CARRASCO, KARINA BEATRIZ;ANTOGNONI, FABIANA;BIONDI, STEFANIA;
2011

Abstract

In Chile, quinoa populations display a high degree of genetic distancing, and variable tolerance to salinity. To investigate which tolerance mechanisms might account for these differences, four genotypes from coastal central and southern regions were compared for their growth, physiological, and molecular responses to NaCl.
RUIZ-CARRASCO K; ANTOGNONI F; KONOTIE COULIBALY A; LIZARDI S; COVARRUBIAS A; MARTÍNEZ E.A.; MOLINA-MONTENEGRO M. A.; BIONDI S; ZURITA-SILVA A.
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