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Effect of high temperature stress on endosperm filling and grain quality of early rice varieties



Effect of high temperature stress on endosperm filling and grain quality of early rice varieties



Acta Agriculturae Universitatis Jiangxiensis 28(4): 483-487



The effects of high temperature stress on the endosperm filling and grain quality of rice cultivars with different heat resistance were determined. High temperature stress affected endosperm and grain filling during 2 phases. The first is during the period of the stress. In this phase, the filling velocity was expedited, leading to increase in grain chalkiness. The second was after the period of the stress.

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