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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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Thus, the present work was conducted to evaluate the effect of water deficit on the incidence and severity of ceratocystis wilt in 'Uba' and 'Dura' mango trees considered resistant to the disease agent.
In season 1, strategies 100S1 and 81S1 did not present water deficit during the crop growth cycle (Figure 1), since these treatments aimed to satisfy the water requirement of the crop.
At the optimum irrigation (I1), the difference in field performance among cultivars were not considerable, whereas, at the mild and high water deficit stress conditions (I2 and I3 respectively), the highest and lowest reduction in field performance were observed in cultivars of Wiliams and DPX, respectively (Table 5).
According to Flexas & Medrano (2002), the lowest plant growth recorded in plants submitted to water deficit may occur due to stomatal limitation to C[O.
Water deficit results in numerous physiological alterations, such as reductions in root matter, leaf area, and number of leaves and, consequently, reductions in plant growth (Mao et al.
The greater growth of roots occurred under alternated temperatures of 20-30[degrees]C, at which the effects of water deficit were more evident from the potential of -0.
The PGPR treatments increased SOD content in bean under water deficit conditions (Sarma and Saikia, 2014).
It mainly focuses on precipitation shortages, soil water deficits and reduced ground water, these all factors mutually results in water stress to plant.
With consideration to the importance of maize in nutrition of humans and livestock and weather conditions of arid and semi arid, supplementary irrigation is necessity for cultivation of this plant in Iran; with regard to role of potassium in reducing sensitivity of plants to water deficit, this study was performed with the purpose of evaluation in effects of this element in form of soil application and foliar spray in corn at two stages of establishment and tassel emergence under different irrigation conditions in Khodaafarin region.
BEIRUT: The nearly rainless months of January and February have hit Lebanese farmers hard, and if the drought persists, experts warn it could further dry up groundwater wells and reservoirs increasing the water deficit for both household and agricultural use.
He expressed these views while delivering his inaugural Address at the Conference 'National Consultations on Water in Post-2015 Development Agenda', said "Pakistan, which has turned from a water surplus country into a water deficit country, is in danger to face water disaster in next ten years due to lack of policy and shying off from tackling the issue.
Under the MoU, Palestine will receive 30mcm of freshwater to cover its water deficit, while its other neighbour will buy its share of 50mcm of desalinated water from the project at cost value and sell Jordan the same amount of water in the northern part of the Jordan Valley at a cost of $0.