Liliane Márcia Mertz-Henning

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Drought is one of the major factors limiting crop productivity worldwide. Currently, the techniques of genetic engineering are powerful tools for the development of drought-tolerant plants, once they allow for the modification of expression patterns of genes responsive to drought. Within this context, transcription factors recognize specific DNA sequences(More)
Although the information on the Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) in plants under water deficit is often obtained from sensors attached to satellites, the increasing data acquisition with portable sensors has wide applicability in agricultural production because it is a fast, nondestructive method, and is less prone to interference problems.(More)
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