Nagel, Kerstin A.; Bonnett, David Graham; Furbank, Robert; Walter, Achim; Schurr, Ulrich; Watt, M
Plants in the field are exposed to varying light and moisture. Agronomic improvement requires knowledge of whole-plant phenotypes expressed in response to simultaneous variation in these essential resources. Most phenotypes, however, have been described from experiments where resources are varied singularly. To test the importance of varying shoot and root resources for phenotyping studies, sister pre-breeding lines of wheat were phenotyped in response to independent or simultaneous exposure to...[Show more]
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