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Physiological response of rice to water stress at reproductive phase

Physiological response of rice to water stress at reproductive phase

Oryza 27(4): 493-495

In a greenhouse study, 22 upland rice cultivars differed widely in their responses to water stress during the reproductive phase. The ability to withstand water stress was assessed by the number of days taken to wilt, relative leaf water content, drought recovery ability and leaf rolling score. A positive correlation was observed between drought tolerance and the first 3 parameters whereas a negative correlation was observed with leaf rolling score.

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