Effect of root, stem and leaf weights and leaf counts on the bean genotypes (Phaseolus Vulgaris L.) of chilling stress application

Fikret Yasar, Ozlem Uzal, Okan Yeler, Ozlem Yasar


The aim of this study is to determine the developmental performance of the 18 bean genotypes belonging to Phaseolus vulgaris L. belonging to Anatolia's many components, chilling according to the organs below. Fidelites of ten different bean genotypes were cultured in the growth chamber under controlled climatic conditions and in the vessels containing the Hoagland nutrient solution. Cold stress application in the conditioning room in the temperature of +4 0C plants kept for 5 days. Root, stem and leaf weights and leaf counts of plants were examined after application. As a result of the research, it was found that bean plants had differences in their root, stem, leaf weights and leaf counts between genotypes compared to controls. Genotypes 22, 4 and 14 in cold stress were better than others in terms of plant growth. On the other hand, genotypes 20, 21 and 5 were found to be more susceptible to cold with lower developmental performance.

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