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Journal of agronomy and crop science (1986), ISSN 0931-2250, 2016, Volume 202, Issue 6, pp. 472 - 485
Salinity is one of the major limitations to wheat production worldwide. This study was designed to evaluate the level of genetic variation among 150... 
electrolyte leakage | chlorophyll fluorescence | growth stage | ACTIVATION | AGRONOMY | MECHANISMS | GERMINATION | PLANTS | SALINITY TOLERANCE | STRESS | REASSESSMENT | PHOTOSYNTHESIS | WATER | Chlorophyll | Chemical properties | Wheat | Wheat industry
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Australian Journal of Crop Science, ISSN 1835-2693, 03/2010, Volume 4, Issue 2, pp. 91 - 97
Two field experiments were conducted in April and August, 2007 at the Department of Crop Science Research Farm, University of Nigeria, Nsukka to evaluate the... 
Floral biology | Bambara groundnut | Stigma-anther separation | Inserted stigma | Vigna subterrenea (L.) Verdc | inserted stigma | STIGMAS | AGRONOMY | WEED | SUBTERRANEA | POLLINATION | stigma-anther separation | INTERFERENCE | floral biology | LYTHRUM-SALICARIA
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