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Abstract

Inadequate potassium (K) availability is a common abiotic stress that limits the growth and quality of fruit trees. Few studies have investigated the physiological and molecular responses of grapes at different potassium levels. In this study, an integrated approach was developed for grapevines...

Author(s)
Huang Hong; Zhao XiaoYan; Xiao Qiao; Hu WenJie; Wang Pei; Luo YuanYou; Xia Hui; Lin LiJin; Lv XiuLan; Liang Dong; Wang Jin
Publisher
MDPI AG
Publication
International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 2023, 24, 2,
CAB ReviewFull Text

Improvement of crop plants relies on the availability of plant genetic variation. There are several approaches for enhancing genetic variability and for breeding better genotypes to achieve high productivity to meet the demands of food security. India is an agrarian country, whose economic...

Date
December 2022
Subjects
arable land; cereals; climate change; crop production; crop yield; cultivars; food security; genetic variation; income; induced mutations; legumes; medicinal plants; mutagenesis; mutants; nutritive value; oilseeds; plant protection; recombination; seeds; stress response; stress
Author(s)
Badigannavar, A. M.; Suvendu Mondal; Penna Suprasanna
News Article

Photosynthesis is the main pathway by which inorganic carbon is converted into sugars and therefore biomass. Crucially, carbon dioxide is fixed in a...

Date
May 2022
Author(s)
Zoe Weeks
AbstractFull Text

Knowledge of the molecular mechanisms of response to environmental stress is fundamental for the development of genetically stress-tolerant crops. This study aims to find vegetable soybean accessions tolerant to cultivation in stressful tropical environments. Fourteen accessions of the vegetable...

Author(s)
Zakaria, N. H.; Nordin, M. S.; Ibrahim, M. A.; Majid, F. A. A.; Zainuddin, Z.
Publisher
Czech Academy of Agricultural Sciences
Publication
Czech Journal of Genetics and Plant Breeding, 2023, 59, 1, pp 14-22

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