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Relationship between some physiological characters and yield of heat-tolerant, non-tolerant, and tropical tomato cultivars grown at high temperature

, : Relationship between some physiological characters and yield of heat-tolerant, non-tolerant, and tropical tomato cultivars grown at high temperature. Journal of the Japanese Society for Horticultural Science 62(4): 781-788

The relationships between physiological characters (photosynthesis (Pr), transpiration (E) and stomatal conductance (Gs)) and yield of 3 heat-tolerant (Shikiaka, Shuki and Ohio 7663), one non-heat-tolerant (Sataan) and 2 tropical (Owusu-Bioh and Wosowoso) tomato cultivars grown at 40/23 degrees C day/night were examined. Physiological characters were measured in chambers at 20, 30 or 40 degrees.

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