DROUGHT RESISTANCE OF Sorghum bicotor . 5 . cENOTypIC DIFFERENCES IN THE CONCENTRATIONS OF FREE AND CONJUGATED ABSCISIC , PHASEIC AND INDOLE . 3-ACETIC ACIDS IN I , EAVES OF FIELD-GROWN DROUGHT

@inproceedings{RCDURLEY2009DROUGHTRO,
  title={DROUGHT RESISTANCE OF Sorghum bicotor . 5 . cENOTypIC DIFFERENCES IN THE CONCENTRATIONS OF FREE AND CONJUGATED ABSCISIC , PHASEIC AND INDOLE . 3-ACETIC ACIDS IN I , EAVES OF FIELD-GROWN DROUGHT},
  author={' R.C.DURLEY and T. KANNANGARAT and Nadoor Seetharama},
  year={2009}
}
concentrations of free and conjugated abscisic acid (AbA), phaseic acid (pA) and indole-3-acetic acid (IAA) were measured in leaves of sorghum (Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench) genotypes grown in the field. Hormone levels were compared and related to grain yield stability under drought, expressed as the percentage reduction in grain yield (percent RGY) of drought-stressed compared to irrigated plants. Although hormone concentrations were similar in irrigated plants, there was considerable genotypic… CONTINUE READING

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