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Drought adaptation in cereals

Drought adaptation in cereals

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Published by Food Products Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Grain -- Breeding.,
  • Grain -- Genetics.,
  • Grain -- Drought tolerance.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementJean-Marcel Ribaut, editor.
    SeriesCrop science
    ContributionsRibaut, Jean-Marcel.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSB189.5 .D75 2006, SB189.5 .D75 2006
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxi, 642 p., [18] p. of plates :
    Number of Pages642
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18287133M
    ISBN 101560222778, 1560222786
    ISBN 109781560222774, 9781560222781
    LC Control Number2006006881

    Canopy and root plasticity for drought adaptation in cereals. In: Climate Change Linked Stress Tolerance in Plants (M4) (Keystone Symposia), Herrenhausen Palace, Hannover, Germany, (). May Adaptation is a basic survival aspect for any living thing and plants are no exception because they have to put up with stresses such as drought, cold or disease. Cereals make up a bigger portion of the staple foods that the world populations rely on for daily food. As such, sufficiency in the production of cereals is basic to global food security.

    Keywords breeding, cereals, drought, yield potential I. YIELD POTENTIAL AND STRESS ADAPTATION The growing world population together with the lack of ex-pansion, or even reduction, of available arable lands needed to maintain agricultural sustainability (Cassman, ), im-plies that the relative importance of plant breeding to raise.   E-mail address: @ Pioneer Hi‐Bred International, Inc., NW 62nd Ave., Johnston, IA , USA. Search for more papers by this authorCited by:

    grain weight Academy of Agricultural adaptation Agricultural Science Anhui Applied Genetics barley Beijing blight breeding programs CAAS cereal China Agricultural Chinese wheat CIMMYT cropping systems cultivars cultivated developed diseases drought tolerance dynasty early maturity fertility forage foxtail millet Fusarium head Gansu gene. Drought stress of cowpea and soybean under tropical conditions. Effects of water and heat stress on carbon metabolism of plants with C3 and C4 photosynthesis. Air pollution stress. Drought resistance and adaptation to water deficits in crop plants. Drought resistance in cereals - rice: a case study. Stomatal behavior and breeding fro drought.


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Drought Adaptation in Cereals starts by offering an overview of the biological basis and defines the adaptive mechanisms found in plants under water-limited conditions.

Different approaches are presented to provide understanding of plant genetics basics and plant breeding, including phenotyping, physiology, and : Hardcover. Drought Adaptation in Cereals starts by offering an overview of the biological basis and defines the adaptive mechanisms found in plants under water-limited conditions.

Different approaches are presented to provide understanding of plant genetics basics and plant breeding, including phenotyping, physiology, and biotechnology.

Book Reviews. Drought Adaptation in Cereals. Edited by Jean-Marcel Ribaut. New York: Food Products Press, xxi + pp. Map, figures, color plates, tables, references, index.

$ cloth, $ paper. Perhaps the greatest challenge facing plant biolo­ gists this century is developing crop varieties tolerant to drought stress. Drought Adaptation in Cereal Crops: A Prologue Abraham Blum The Reality of Drought Resistance in Cereal Crop Cultivars Effective Drought Resistance Mechanisms in Cereals The Genomic Approach Conclusion Chapter 2.

Drought Adaptation in Cereals starts by offering an overview of the biological basis and defines the adaptive mechanisms found in plants under water-limited conditions.

Different approaches are. Request PDF | On Jan 1,A.G. Condon and others published Drought adaptation in cereals | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. Sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L. Moench) is the fifth most important cereal crop cultivated worldwide.

Sorghum is well adapted to drought environments compared to other cereals (Doggett, ;Ludlow and Muchow, ;Mullet et al., ; Sanchez et al., and Borrell et al., ), making it suitable for semi-arid. The drought adaptation MABC experiment in tropical maize Plant material, phenotyping, and QTL detection.

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Edited by J-M Ribaut. New York: Food Products Press (), pp. US$, ISBN (hardbound), US$, ISBN- (softbound). - Volume 44 Issue 1 - Brian ForsterAuthor: Brian Forster. Part of the Sustainable Agriculture Reviews book series (SARV, volume 16) Abiotic stresses, such as salinity, drought, extreme temperatures, chemical toxicity and oxidative stress represent a grave threat to agriculture dramatically affecting the crop production around the by: 3.

All field crops are affected by drought. Global warming and climate change are expected to exacerbate this phenomenon. Barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) ranks fourth among cereals after wheat (Triticum aestivum L.), maize (Zea mays L.), and rice (Oryza sativa L.). Drought is a significant issue in barley breeding by: 1.

Perhaps the greatest challenge facing plant biologists this century is developing crop varieties tolerant to drought stress. A warming climate, more extreme weather patterns, and competing demands for limited water supplies will likely combine to increase the frequency and severity of periods of drought, particularly in the Great Plains.

Against that backdrop, this volume Author: Patrick F. Byrne. Drought Adaptation In Cereals è un libro di Ribaut Jean-Marcel (Curatore) edito da Crc Press a settembre - EAN puoi acquistarlo sul. Drought adaptation in cereal crops: a prologue / Abraham Blum --Ch. Economic impact of water-limited conditions on cereal grain production / Paul W.

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US$ Cereals Phenotyping rice for adaptation to drought Ken S Fischer, Shu Fukai, Arvind Kumar, Hei Leung and Boonrat Jongdee Phenotyping wheat for adaptation to drought Philippe Monneveux, Ruilian Jing and SC Misra Phenotyping maize for adaptation to drought Jose Luis Araus, Ciro Sanchez and Gregory O Edmeades Phenotyping sorghum for adaptation to Cited by: The effect of drought and heat stress on reproductive.

processes in cereals. BEáTA BARNABáS 1, KATALIN JäGER & ATTILA FEHéR2. 1Agricultural Research Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Brunszvik 2, H Martonvásár, Hungary and.

2Institute of Plant Biology, Biological Research Centre of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Temesvári by:   Drought is the main abiotic constraint on cereal yield. Analysing physiological determinants of yield responses to water may help in breeding for higher yield and stability under drought by: is a platform for academics to share research papers.

Citation. In: Drought Adaptation in Cereals (Ribaut JM, ed). Haworth Press, Binghampton, New York, ISBNpp. Links. Drought adaptation in rice. Drought resistance and adaptation to water deficits in crop plants.

Drought resistance in cereals - rice: a case study. Stomatal behavior and breeding fro drought resistance. Genetic improvement of drought resistance in crop plants: a case for sorghum.The first agricultural scientists who addressed drought adaptation in wheat and maize were R.

Gaus and M.T. Jenkins respectively, both working at the beginning of the 20th century, and the first dissection of drought tolerance in cereals, in terms of crop physiology, was done by J.H. Martin in Cited by: Adapting cereals to drought: genetic and management solutions. In: Trop Ag Book of poster abstracts.

TropAg, International Tropical Agriculture Conference, Brisbane, Australia, (). November