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Research trends on physiological basis of crop growth and productivity in maize (Zea mays L.) - a review



Research trends on physiological basis of crop growth and productivity in maize (Zea mays L.) - a review



Research on Crops 7(1): 13-43



In recent years, major research activities have been directed on the physiological basis of maize growth and productivity. With respect to vegetative growth, research have been undertaken on leaf development, distribution of oxygen in roots, growth analysis and factors influencing these activities. Besides, several modelling approaches have been undertaken for the prediction of grain yield.

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