Identifying genes responsible for failure of grain formation in rice and wheat under drought.

Abstract

This presentation is on a project aiming to identify opportunities to enhance reproductive-stage drought tolerance in rice and wheat through physiological, genetic, and molecular analyses of two yield determinants that are highly sensitive to field-level stress—panicle exsertion and floret fertility.

Citation

Bennett, J.; Ji, Xm; Shobbar, Zs; Raveendran, M.; Liao, Dq; Liu, Jx; Dolferus, R.; Tuberosa, R.; Satoh, K.; Mauleon, R.; Kikuchi, S.; Serraj, R.; McNally, K.; Bruskiewich, R.; Chandra Babu, R.; van den Ende, W.; Ye, Xq; Ma, Z.Q. Identifying genes responsible for failure of grain formation in rice and wheat under drought. Presented at GCP Annual Research Meeting, 12-16 September 2007, Johannesburg, South Africa. (2007) 18 pp.

Identifying genes responsible for failure of grain formation in rice and wheat under drought.

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