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Dry Matter Contents and Dry Matter Accumulation Rates of Plant Parts of Wheat Under Normal and High Temperature Conditions

  title={Dry Matter Contents and Dry Matter Accumulation Rates of Plant Parts of Wheat Under Normal and High Temperature Conditions},
  author={Ugur Sevilmis},
Adequate dry matter production of plants is a very important event for producing higher grain yields under high temperature stress. We established a field trial to measure differences in dry matter accumulation of different plant parts of wheat under normal and high temperature conditions. Two temperature regimes were provided by planting at two different times (normal wheat sowing time and quite late time to receive warmer conditions). Also two different irrigation regimes has been applied to… 


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