Quantitative trait loci for carbon isotope discrimination are repeatable across environments and wheat mapping populations
Wheat productivity is commonly limited by a lack of water essential for growth. Carbon isotope discrimination (Δ), through its negative relationship with transpiration efficiency, has been used in selection of higher wheat yields in breeding for rainfed
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