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Source reduction and comparative sink enhancement effects on remobilization of assimilates during seed filling of old and new wheat varieties



Source reduction and comparative sink enhancement effects on remobilization of assimilates during seed filling of old and new wheat varieties



Rachis 15(1/2): 20-23



Four wheat (Triticum aestivum) cultivars were subjected to partial removal of upper leaves or awns (source) or spikelets (sink) at anthesis in an attempt to quantify the remobilization of assimilates from the vegetative parts to the grain between anthesis and maturity. The cultivars responded differently to the various removal treatments.

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