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Research on soil enzymes and polysaccharides secreted by the roots of Salvia miltiorrhiza Bunge under abiotic stress
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  • yong qin,
  • Xiaoyu Li,
  • yanhong Wu,
  • guiqi han,
  • hai wang,
  • Zhuyun Yan Yan
yong qin
Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine Wenjiang Campus
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Xiaoyu Li
Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine Wenjiang Campus
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yanhong Wu
Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine Wenjiang Campus
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guiqi han
Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine Wenjiang Campus
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hai wang
Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine Wenjiang Campus
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Zhuyun Yan Yan
Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine Wenjiang Campus

Corresponding Author:yanzhuyun@cdutcm.edu.cn

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Abstract

Root exudates serve as crucial mediators for the information exchange between plants and soil, which is an important evolutionary mechanism for plants to adapt to environmental changes. In this study, 15 different abiotic stress models were established using various stress factors, including drought (D), high temperature (T), nitrogen deficiency (N), and phosphorus deficiency (P) and their combinations. We investigated their effects on the seedling growth of Salvia miltiorrhiza Bunge and the activities of