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Last Updated: 10 November 2022

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Exogenous aspartic acid alleviates salt stress-induced decline in growth by enhancing antioxidants and compatible solutes while reducing reactive oxygen species in wheat

Aspartic acid's role in improving plant resistance against salinity stress was validated by published studies. Therefore, factorial pot trials in a completely random setting were conducted to see the potential role of exogenous application of aspartic acid in raising wheat plants' resistance against salt stress. However, Asp application enhanced photosynthetic pigments and endogenous indole acetic acid, thereby raising plant leaf area and increasing biomass dry weight whether under salt-stressed or non-stressed plants. Specifically, Asp foliar application enhanced compatible solute storage increase and increased radical scavenging activity of DPPH and enzymatic ABTS. The quadratic regression model explained 100% of the shoot dry weight yield variance, according to the results. This research found that the exogenous application of aspartic acid mitigated the adverse effects of salt stress damage on wheat plants and provided economic benefits.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fpls.2022.987641

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