Phenotyping Tomato Root Developmental Plasticity in Response to Salinity in Soil Rhizotrons
Effect of NaCl on Na+ and K+ concentration in tomato. (a–c) Na+ concentration (μmol·gDW-1), (d–f) K+ concentration (μmol·gDW-1), and (g–i) K+/Na+ ratio in leaves (upper row), stems (medium row), and roots (bottom row) of 14-day-old tomato plants treated with 0 and 120 mM NaCl for 8 days. Values represent the of 6 replicates from 2 independent experiments. Different letters within each panel indicate significant differences according to Duncan’s multiple range test, .