nonsaline

nonsaline

(ˌnɒnˈseɪlaɪn)
adj
not containing salt
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Yield and chemical composition of coastal Bermudagrass, Rhodesgrass and volunteer species grown on saline and nonsaline soils.
Q9 plants exhibited maximum shoot length under nonsaline conditions but as the salinity level increased, shoot length in Q9 decreased and least shoot length was observed at 60% sea water salinity in genotype Q9.
but without differing from the nonsaline soil treatment.
Because of the extremely low coastal gradient on the YKD, storm surge events will likely have the greatest effect on habitats along the broad transition zone from saline to nonsaline habitats (Jorgenson, 2000; Jorgenson and Ely, 2001) where bird nesting densities are the highest (USFWS, unpubl.
However, the efficacy of intravenous volume expansion to prevent CI-AKI was inconclusive because there was no control or nonsaline infusion group in this study.
To do this, we distinguished between all saline-sodic and nonsaline sodic soil profiles from the prior survey using the appropriate criteria thresholds, and plotted these in GIS as points depicting the saline-sodic class.
Tomato growth in response to salinity and mycorrhizal fungi from saline or nonsaline soils.
Saline soils generally are flocculated, and the permeability is comparable to that of similar nonsaline soils.
Under nonsaline conditions, seedling vigor on 100 pure live polycrossed seed of Cycles-0, -1, -2, and -3 was assessed on the basis of the ability of the seedling to emerge from a 7.
In nonsaline soils, only the attraction of water for soil particles (matric potential) contributes to total water potential.