Water and temperature stress define the optimal flowering period for wheat in south-eastern Australia

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Evans, John; Kirkegaard, John; Hunt, James; Flohr, Bonnie;
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1101/115287
  • Subject: bepress|Life Sciences|Biology | bepress|Life Sciences|Plant Sciences|Plant Biology

Across the Australian wheat belt, the time at which wheat flowers is a critical determinant of yield. In all environments an optimal flowering period (OFP) exists which is defined by decreasing frost risk, and increasing water and heat stress. Despite their critical imp... View more
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