Effects of Oxalic Acid on Physiological-biochemical Traits of Cold Temperate Larix gmelinii Seedlings under Soil Nutrient Deficiency
- Fu-Xing Cui, Jin-Feng Song, Dao-Guang Zhu, Jin-Bo Li, Zhen-Yang Qi, Lin Shan, Hong-Wei Ni
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- Fu-Xing Cui
Available Online January 2016.
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- Soil nutrient deficiency, Brown coniferous forest soils, Oxalic acid, Larix gmelinii seedlings, Physiological-biochemical traits.
- Organic acids obviously affect plant survival and growth under soil nutrient deficiency condition. Variable proportion A1 and C horizon mixed cold temperate brown coniferous forest soils was applied to make soil nutrient deficiency condition, and then Larix gmelinii seedlings were planted in these soils. On the basis of oxalic acid concentration range of forest litter leacheate at the northeast forest region, oxalic acid solution with different concentration was sprayed on the surface of Larix gmelinii seedlings, and the effects of oxalic acid on physiological-biochemical traits of cold temperate Larix gmelinii seedlings were studied in our experiment. Results showed that the electrical conductivity and MDA content of Larix gmelinii seedlings were decreased with the increase of oxalic acid concentration. Most SOD and POD activity of Larix gmelinii seedlings were increased. 5.0mmol·L-1 oxalic acid has significant effects on proline and soluble protein osmotic adjustment substances. And Larix gmelinii seedlings grew well at the concentration of 10.0mmol·L-1 oxalic acid.
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TY - CONF AU - Fu-Xing Cui AU - Jin-Feng Song AU - Dao-Guang Zhu AU - Jin-Bo Li AU - Zhen-Yang Qi AU - Lin Shan AU - Hong-Wei Ni PY - 2016/01 DA - 2016/01 TI - Effects of Oxalic Acid on Physiological-biochemical Traits of Cold Temperate Larix gmelinii Seedlings under Soil Nutrient Deficiency BT - The International Conference on Biological Sciences and Technology PB - Atlantis Press SN - 2468-5747 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/bst-16.2016.49 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/bst-16.2016.49 ID - Cui2016/01 ER -