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Resistance to heat stress in crop plants

Advances in Food Producing Systems for Arid and Semiarid Lands, Part A [Manassah, JT; Briskey, EJ Editors]: 457-487
Resistance to heat stress in crop plants
Adaptations to high temp. stress, including Crassulacean acid metabolism and C4 photosynthesis in maize, sorghum and Atriplex spp., are discussed.

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