Large-scale characterization of drought pattern: a continent-wide modelling approach applied to the Australian wheatbelt--spatial and temporal trends.

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Plant response to drought is complex, so that traits adapted to a specific drought type can confer disadvantage in another drought type. Understanding which type(s) of drought to target is of prime importance for crop improvement. Modelling was used to quantify seasonal drought patterns for a check variety across the Australian wheatbelt, using 123 yr of… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/nph.12192

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@article{Chenu2013LargescaleCO, title={Large-scale characterization of drought pattern: a continent-wide modelling approach applied to the Australian wheatbelt--spatial and temporal trends.}, author={Karine Chenu and Reza Deihimfard and Scott C. Chapman}, journal={The New phytologist}, year={2013}, volume={198 3}, pages={801-20} }