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Seedling Establishment of an Anoxia-tolerant Rice Genotype as Affected by Soil Source and Days after Submergence



Jiban Krishna Biswas , Ho Ando , Rumena Yasmeen , Sheikh Tanveer Hossain , Muhammad Ali Siddiquee and Abdul Jalil Mridha
 
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Haenuki, quite tolerant to anoxia, was considered for observing its sensitivity in terms of seedling establishment to different soils of Yamagata prefecture and days after soil submergence (DAS). DAS did not affect seedling establishment in the soils except lowland soils of Yamagata University at 21 DAS. However, the genotype performed quite better in upland and lowland soils from Shonai and Shinjo Agricultural Experiment Station and upland soil from Yamagata University. It appears that upland soil turning to lowland condition might improve the seedling establishment.

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Jiban Krishna Biswas , Ho Ando , Rumena Yasmeen , Sheikh Tanveer Hossain , Muhammad Ali Siddiquee and Abdul Jalil Mridha , 2001. Seedling Establishment of an Anoxia-tolerant Rice Genotype as Affected by Soil Source and Days after Submergence. Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences, 4: 1495-1497.

DOI: 10.3923/pjbs.2001.1495.1497

URL: https://scialert.net/abstract/?doi=pjbs.2001.1495.1497

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