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The Priming of Potato Plants Induced by Brassinosteroids Reduces Oxidative Stress and Increases Salt Tolerance

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This is the first study to show that brief pretreatment of potato plants with two brassinosteroids differing in structure causes in plants the ability to react to delayed salt stress by accumulation of compounds with antioxidant activity and by increased salt tolerance.

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Efimova, M.V., Khripach, V.A., Boyko, E.V. et al. The Priming of Potato Plants Induced by Brassinosteroids Reduces Oxidative Stress and Increases Salt Tolerance. Dokl Biol Sci 478, 33–36 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1134/S0012496618010106

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