Effects of Intercropping with Post-Grafting Generation of Two Ecotypes of Galinsoga parviflora on Quality of Lactuca sativa under Cadmium Stress
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- Lactuca sativa; Galinsoga parviflora; Intercropping; Post-grafting generation; Quality
The effects of intercropping with two ecotypes of Galinsoga parviflora and their post-grafting generations on quality of Lactuca sativa were investigated through pot experiment under the cadmium stress. The results showed that the intercropping treatment had no significant effect on soluble sugar content in L. sativa, while intercropping with post-grafting generation of G. parviflora of mine ecotype as rootstock (MR) decreased the soluble protein content in L. sativa. For the Vc content of L. sativa, intercropping with G. parviflora of farmland ecotype (FCK) had the best effect on its promotion, while intercropping G. parviflora of mine ecotype (MCK) could effectively reduce the nitrate-N content of L. sativa leaves. As for the grafting method, the grafting combination of mine ecotypes are used as rootstocks and farmland ecotypes as scions is more effective, intercropping with its post-grafting generation under the cadmium stress had a better effect on the quality of L. sativa than on another grafting method.
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TY - CONF AU - Keqiang Li AU - Liying Ouyang AU - Wanwan Xue AU - Ming’an Liao AU - Lijin Lin PY - 2018/05 DA - 2018/05 TI - Effects of Intercropping with Post-Grafting Generation of Two Ecotypes of Galinsoga parviflora on Quality of Lactuca sativa under Cadmium Stress BT - Proceedings of the 2018 3rd International Conference on Advances in Materials, Mechatronics and Civil Engineering (ICAMMCE 2018) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 126 EP - 129 SN - 2352-5401 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/icammce-18.2018.29 DO - 10.2991/icammce-18.2018.29 ID - Li2018/05 ER -