Low Temperature Treatment at the Young Microspore Stage Induces Protein Changes in Rice Anthers
Male reproductive development in rice is very sensitive to various forms of environmental stresses including low temperature. A few days of cold treatment (<20 °C) at the young microspore stage induce severe pollen sterility and thus large grain yield re
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