Comparative ozone sensitivity of old and modern Greek cultivars of spring wheat

@inproceedings{Barnes1990ComparativeOS,
  title={Comparative ozone sensitivity of old and modern Greek cultivars of spring wheat},
  author={Jeremy D. Barnes and D. Velissariou and Alan W. Davison and C. D. Holevas},
  year={1990}
}
SUMMARY Ten cultivars of spring wheat, bred and introduced in Greece between 1932 and 1980, were exposed to ozone (180 μg m−3) or to charcoal-filtered air (< 4 μg O3 m−3) for 21 d. Ozone sensitivity was assessed by recording the extent of visible injury, effects on mean relative growth rate (R) and changes in fast fluorescence kinetics. Ozone significantly (P < 0.01) depressed the mean relative growth rate (R) and there were significant (P < 0.01) differences in response between cultivars… CONTINUE READING

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