Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy
School of Natural Sciences
Faculty of Computing, Health and Science
Dr Ian Bennett
There have been a number of studies that have examined the Eucalyptus spp. for their salt and waterlogging tolerance: but they have done so using conventional methods. A wide range of plants are known to produce greater amounts of proline when stressed, be it salt, temperature, 'drought or several other types of stress. This study looked at production of proline in salt stressed eucalypts to determine whether it can be used to differentiate between individuals andspecies. A range of Eucalyptus species and salt tolerant clones of E. camaldulensis were grown to investigate their proline response to salt stress.
Woodward, A. J. (2004). The use of proline to determine salt tolerance in eucalyptus species and clones. https://ro.ecu.edu.au/theses/841