Can Plant-Driven Selection Supplement Grain Micronutrient Efficiency in Wheat?

@inproceedings{Mohan2015CanPS,
  title={Can Plant-Driven Selection Supplement Grain Micronutrient Efficiency in Wheat?},
  author={D. Mohan},
  year={2015}
}
To establish association between important agronomic traits and grain mineral contents, data generated in national wheat programme of India was analyzed for the period 2005-12 wherein 405 genotypes specified for five diverse zones and two production conditions (timely and late sown) were evaluated. Iron, zinc, copper and manganese content in the harvested grains was examined in relation to five major yield components i.e. plant height, days to heading, grain filling duration, grain weight and… CONTINUE READING

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