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Separate and combined effect of soil moisture deficit and high temperature on physiological peculiarities of spring wheat cultivars



Separate and combined effect of soil moisture deficit and high temperature on physiological peculiarities of spring wheat cultivars



Fiziologiya ustoichivosti rastenii v kontinental' nom klimate: 38-46



In trials with several spring wheat cultivars, subjecting plants grown under normal water supply or high soil-moisture deficit to a temperature of 42 deg C for 5 h at the shooting and flowering stages changed the fractional composition of water, water deficit, pigment contents, activity of RNase and formation of ears, the effects being more pronounced in plants under normal water supply.

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