Corrigendum: Waterlogging of Winter Crops at Early and Late Stages: Impacts on Leaf Physiology, Growth and Yield (Frontiers in Plant Science, (2018), 9, 10.3389/fpls.2018.01863)

Rocío Antonella Ploschuk, Daniel Julio Miralles, Timothy David Colmer, Edmundo Leonardo Ploschuk, Gustavo Gabriel Striker

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In the original article, there was a mistake in Table 3 and legend as published. There were some unintentional errors in the values of the reported shoot dry mass. The corrected Table 3 and legend appears below. Further, due to the error reported above, a correction has also been made to the Results section, subsection Dry Mass and Seed Mass Responses Are Affected by Early- and Late Waterlogging, paragraphs one, two, and four: “In wheat, waterlogging at the early-stage did not impact on shoot or root dry mass, but seed per plant produced was 86% of controls (Table 3). In contrast, late-waterlogging significantly reduced both root and shoot dry mass as they attained 75% of controls, and there was a reduction in seed mass (71% of controls) (Table 3).” “In barley, early-waterlogged plants attained 69% of controls in root dry mass, but shoots were unaffected. Seed mass of stressed plants represented 85% of controls (Table 3). Conversely, late-waterlogging caused a drastic reduction in dry masses of both roots and shoots (stressed plants attained 7 and 35% of controls, respectively), and these plants produced seed mass about 32% of controls (Table 3).” “Field pea was the most adversely impacted species by waterlogging. Early-waterlogging provoked great losses of root and shoot mass (plants attained 10 and 15% of controls,respectively) (Table 3). Late-waterlogging reduced these components to 29 and 31% of controls for roots and shoots, respectively (Table 3). Seed production was considerably reduced by both waterlogging treatments, where early- and late-waterlogged plants had only 4.4 and 9.5% of seed mass compared to controls (Table 3).” The authors apologize for this error and state that this does not change the scientific conclusions of the article in any way. The original article has been updated.(Table presented.).

Original languageEnglish
Article number1806
JournalFrontiers in Plant Science
Publication statusPublished - 4 Feb 2020


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