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An overview of adaptative responses to drought stress in Eucalyptus spp.

Online veröffentlicht: 25 Apr 2018
Seitenbereich: 86 - 96
Eingereicht: 18 Sep 2017
Akzeptiert: 05 Jan 2018
24 Mar 2011
2 Hefte pro Jahr

Eucalyptus is a plant frequently present and cultivated in arid regions because of its high adaptation to drought. Furthermore, it is known by its numerous species which represents a great opportunity to choose several tolerant species with variable uses. Therefore, the choice of species, hybrids or genotypes resistant to aridity becomes a necessity before any plantation in regions and countries characterized by semi-arid, arid and Saharan climates. Our review shows an important effect of drought on anatomical, physiological and biochemical parameters of Eucalyptus spp. Indeed, water stress acts directly on growth, yield and response to pests. However, the response to drought varies significantly among species, genotypes, hybrids and clones. This result represents a field for the selection of eucalypts tolerant and adapted to water deficit or climate change.

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