Effect of Biochemical and Physiological Response to Salt Stress in Camelina sativa

Diego Morales, Shobha Potlakayala, Mario Soliman, Juliann Daramola, Hannah Weeden, Andrew Jones, Emma Kovak, Emily Lowry, Pooja Patel, Josekutty Puthiyaparambil, Stephen Goldman, Sairam Rudrabhatla

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Camelina sativa is a promising low-input, high yielding biodiesel crop that can be suitable to grow on marginal lands and is a good source of omega-3 fatty acids. The objective of the study was to compare the rate of growth in different varieties of C. sativa in response to salt stress. Three biological replicates were collected from three varieties of C. sativa grown in vitro in a controlled growth room. The Blaine Creek, Cheyenne and Suneson varieties of C. sativa were analyzed for their physiological and biochemical response to salt stress using the following criteria: germination rates, measurement of length, dry weights, fresh weights, and stomatal size. The biochemical measurements focused on proline, chlorophyll, and flow cytometry analysis. Blaine Creek’s growth during salt stress was overall the most affected, while Suneson and Cheyenne generated higher amounts of biomass, thus indicating that C. sativa can be grown on saline soils.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)716-729
Number of pages14
JournalCommunications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis
Volume48
Issue number7
DOIs
StatePublished - Apr 12 2017

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Camelina sativa
physiological response
salt stress
salt
saline soil
flow cytometry
germination
chlorophyll
fatty acid
saline soils
biodiesel
crop
omega-3 fatty acids
biomass
proline
effect
crops
rate
creek

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  • Agronomy and Crop Science
  • Soil Science

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Morales, Diego ; Potlakayala, Shobha ; Soliman, Mario ; Daramola, Juliann ; Weeden, Hannah ; Jones, Andrew ; Kovak, Emma ; Lowry, Emily ; Patel, Pooja ; Puthiyaparambil, Josekutty ; Goldman, Stephen ; Rudrabhatla, Sairam. / Effect of Biochemical and Physiological Response to Salt Stress in Camelina sativa. In: Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis. 2017 ; Vol. 48, No. 7. pp. 716-729.
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Effect of Biochemical and Physiological Response to Salt Stress in Camelina sativa. / Morales, Diego; Potlakayala, Shobha; Soliman, Mario; Daramola, Juliann; Weeden, Hannah; Jones, Andrew; Kovak, Emma; Lowry, Emily; Patel, Pooja; Puthiyaparambil, Josekutty; Goldman, Stephen; Rudrabhatla, Sairam.

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