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water deficit

In dehydrated patients with high serum sodium levels (hypernatremia), the quantity of water that must be provided to the patient to restore normal electrolyte balance and fluid volume.
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Effect of water deficit and plant growth regulations on leaf chlorophyll, prolin and total soluble sugar content of two durum wheat cultivar.
Plant response to water deficit stress is a complex process which appears to involve the synthesis of primary and secondary metabolites and a new set of proteins whose function is largely unknown [25].
One of the negative effects of a water deficit involves damage to cell membranes and the release of ions into the intercellular space (HALLIWEL; GUTTERIDGE, 1984).
Salter PJ and JE Goodness Crop responses to water deficit at different stages of growth.
Effects of indole-3-acetic acid and zinc on the growth, osmotic potential and soluble carbon and nitrogen components of soybean plants growing under water deficit.
Effects of water deficit stress on seed yield and antioxidant content in soybean (Glycine Max L.
Figure 2a and 2b show the effects of imposition water deficit at different growth stages on the total phenolic content of O.
The objectives of the project are to: 1) increase awareness/ knowledge of 25 farmers and their families to the benefits of climate smart practices in the context of growing water deficits by the 6th month of the project; 2) improve the capacity of the group to manage their internal operations and give higher quality of service to members by the end of the first year; 3) impart knowledge and skills to 25 Farmers and their families on managing farms in a water deficit environment; and 4) design and implement a knowledge management system based on formative and summative evaluation processes which will result in documenting, analysing synthesizing and presenting knowledge for learning and policy development.
Anyia and Herzog [2] indicated that water deficit caused between 11% and more than 40% reduction of biomass, across the genotypes of cowpea (Vigna unguiculata L.
However, the combined factors of mismanagement, illegal welling and climate change threatens to leave the country with a water deficit by next year, Lebanon's Ministry of Energy and Water has said.
The trick is to be in a water deficit around the first of July so that shoot growth stops and we then maintain the vine by adding the amount of water we calculate the vine is using.