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Elevated carbon dioxide and temperature imparted intrinsic drought tolerance in aerobic rice system through enhanced exopolysaccharide production and rhizospheric activation

@inproceedings{Padhya2018ElevatedCD,
  title={Elevated carbon dioxide and temperature imparted intrinsic drought tolerance in aerobic rice system through enhanced exopolysaccharide production and rhizospheric activation},
  author={S. R. Padhya and S. Nayaka and P. Dasha and M. Dasa and K. S. Royb and A. K. Nayaka and S. Neogic and P. Bhattacharyyaa},
  year={2018}
}
  • S. R. Padhya, S. Nayaka, +5 authors P. Bhattacharyyaa
  • Published 2018
  • Elevation in atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) concentration and temperature coupled with moisture stress is anticipated by most of the climate change prediction models (IPCC, 2014). Climate change results in atmospheric warming that trigger water stress to rice and could influence soil health, functioning and biological activities. Therefore, it is required to quantify indicative parameters like soil-exopolysaccharides which indicates greater water holding capacity of soil and imparted drought… CONTINUE READING

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