اشتراك تدريسي في مؤتمر دولي
شارك الاستاذ المساعد الدكتور وقيد مهدي هادف معاون عميد كلية الزراعة والاهوار / جامعة ذي قار للشؤون العلمية والدراسات العليا في المؤتمر العلمي الدولي 34
المنعقد في العاصمة الماليزية كوالالمبور للفترة من 3/7/2019 لغاية 4/7/2016.
ادناه ملخص البحث المنشور في المؤتمر:
Response of wheat Triticum aestivum L. to (ABA) acid under the influence of saline stress
Waqeed Mahdi Hadif / Agriculture and marshes faculty – University of Thi Qar
Field Experiment was conducted into season 2018 at the al Thi Qar governorate. The study included two factors: The first factor is the cultivation of wheat in five different types of soils in terms of salt concentration (3.24, 4.23, 6.73, 7.21 and 9.32) milimos. cm-1. These 130 plants were sprinkled with six levels of abscisic acid ABA (0, 20, 40, 60, 80, 100 and 120) micromole. L-1 to determine the effect of these factors and their interactions on the different growth characteristics such as leaf area, plant height, total chlorophyll and other characteristics such as proline content in the root and in the root, glutathione reductase (GR), malondialdehyde (MDA), sucrose, glucose, starch, soluble sugar, and non-structural carbohydrates (NSC). The results of the experiment showed significant differences in all traits except for MDA in the root and leaves, the third saline concentration 6.73 milimose. cm-1 and the level of the fourth ABA 60 micromole L-1 were given the highest range of leaves area. Plant-1, plant height, total chlorophyll rate, Proline content in the root and leaves, sucrose content, glucose content, starch content, soluble sugar in the leaves and NSC in the root of the wheat plant, plants those planted at the fifth saline concentration 9.23 milimose. cm-1 and the level of the (0) ABA were superior to the highest rates of the antioxidant enzyme (GR) and proline in the root and leaves of the wheat plant, while the lowest of these enzymes and proline were at the first of saline stress 3.24 milimose. cm-1.