Grapevine under deficit irrigation: hints from physiological and molecular data.

@article{Chaves2010GrapevineUD,
  title={Grapevine under deficit irrigation: hints from physiological and molecular data.},
  author={Maria Manuela Chaves and Olfa Zarrouk and Romeu Francisco and Joaquim Miguel Costa and Tiago Rodrigues Lopes dos Santos and Ana Paula Regalado and Marcio L. Rodrigues and Carlos J{\'u}nior Machado Lopes},
  journal={Annals of botany},
  year={2010},
  volume={105 5},
  pages={661-76}
}
BACKGROUND A large proportion of vineyards are located in regions with seasonal drought (e.g. Mediterranean-type climates) where soil and atmospheric water deficits, together with high temperatures, exert large constraints on yield and quality. The increasing demand for vineyard irrigation requires an improvement in the efficiency of water use. Deficit irrigation has emerged as a potential strategy to allow crops to withstand mild water stress with little or no decreases of yield, and… CONTINUE READING
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