Drought tolerance in potato (S. tuberosum L.): Can we learn from drought tolerance research in cereals?

@article{Monneveux2013DroughtTI,
  title={Drought tolerance in potato (S. tuberosum L.): Can we learn from drought tolerance research in cereals?},
  author={Philippe Monneveux and David A. Ram{\'i}rez and Mar{\'i}a-Teresa Pino},
  journal={Plant science : an international journal of experimental plant biology},
  year={2013},
  volume={205-206},
  pages={76-86}
}
Drought tolerance is a complex trait of increasing importance in potato. Our knowledge is summarized concerning drought tolerance and water use efficiency in this crop. We describe the effects of water restriction on physiological characteristics, examine the main traits involved, report the attempts to improve drought tolerance through in vitro screening and marker assisted selection, list the main genes involved and analyze the potential interest of native and wild potatoes to improve drought… CONTINUE READING

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