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Research Article

Brassinolide Increases Potato Root Growth In Vitro in a Dose-Dependent Way and Alleviates Salinity Stress

Table 1

Effect of BL on biomass accumulation and root/shoot ratio of in vitro potato plants.

TreatmentsBiomass accumulation (g)Relative biomass (%)Root/shoot ratio
Root fresh weightShoot fresh weightTotal plant fresh weight

0 μg/L BL0.056 ± 0.0040.129 ± 0.0160.185 ± 0.0111000.437 ± 0.080
0.01 μg/L BL0.064 ± 0.0120.143 ± 0.0290.207 ± 0.0361110.448 ± 0.071
0.1 μg/L BL0.067 ± 0.0620.155 ± 0.0370.223 ± 0.0361200.458 ± 0.102
1 μg/L BL0.068 ± 0.0080.156 ± 0.0160.224 ± 0.0201210.440 ± 0.065
10 μg/L BL0.075 ± 0.0090.159 ± 0.0110.234 ± 0.0231260.470 ± 0.090
100 μg/L BL0.093 ± 0.0080.181 ± 0.0130.274 ± 0.0381480.526 ± 0.075

Data represent mean ± SD of three biological replicates and were tested for significance by Student’s test (). Asterisks indicate significant differences from the control (0 μg/L BL).

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