Subject: lodging | Plant culture | SB1-1110 | rapeseed | nitrogen use efficiency | yield | Plant Science | Original Research | plant density
Yield and lodging related traits are essential for improving rapeseed production. The objective of the present study was to investigate the influence of plant density (D) and nitrogen (N) rates on morphological and physiological traits related to yield and lodging in ra... View more
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