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Responses of seven diverse rice cultivars to water deficits. I. Stress development, canopy temperature, leaf rolling and growth



Responses of seven diverse rice cultivars to water deficits. I. Stress development, canopy temperature, leaf rolling and growth



Field Crops Research 13(3): 257-271



Predawn and midday leaf water potentials and leaf osmotic potentials, soil water potentials, canopy temp., leaf rolling, light interception, DM production and water use were followed in 7 rice (representing a wide range of germplasm from traditional dryland to improved wetland types) before, during and after 10 days of different irrigation treatments by a line source sprinkler system imposed prior to flowering.

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DOI: 10.1016/0378-4290(86)90027-4



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