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Physiological basis for increasing and stablising yield under drought in sorghum



Physiological basis for increasing and stablising yield under drought in sorghum



Proceedings of the Indian National Science Academy, B 49(5): 498-523



Although drought causes more yield losses than combined effect of all biotic stress factors, the progress in increasing yield under water-limited conditions is small. Major reasons for slow progress are listed and the relationships between crop productivity and drought resistance are examined. Adapations to drought in sorghum are discussed in order of their utility in the immediate future: phenological, morphological, physiological and biochemical.

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