Improved osmotic adjustment by P may be attributed to enhanced rooting that occurs with increased P (Table 2).
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OA stands for Osmotic Adjustment
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Additionally, osmotic adjustment is considered as a major adaptation criteria of the plant to combat water deficit (Oliver et al.
The remaining contributions are presented in sections devoted to genome-wide approaches for identification of stress-regulated genes, proteins, and small RNAs; antioxidant enzymes and metabolites; and osmotic adjustment and ion measurements.
Sugars are involved in normal osmotic adjustment (Huff & Ross, 1975).
Salt stress-induced proline accumulation and changes in tyramine and polyamine levels are linked to ionic osmotic adjustment in tomato leaf discs.
In this text he concentrates on osmoregulation, beginning with its effects and preconditioning, the inheritance of osmotic adjustment and improvement aspects.
Potential mechanisms involved in increasing drought tolerance following development of water stress include osmotic adjustment (osmoregulation), changes in elasticity of tissues and osmotic volume, changes in root/shoot allocation of dry matter, and molecular level changes.