Metabolite analyses of grain from maize hybrids grown in the United States under drought and watered conditions during the 2002 field season.

@article{Harrigan2007MetaboliteAO,
  title={Metabolite analyses of grain from maize hybrids grown in the United States under drought and watered conditions during the 2002 field season.},
  author={George G. Harrigan and Leanna G Stork and Susan G. Riordan and William P. Ridley and Susan Macisaac and Steven C. Halls and Robert J. Orth and Diane Rau and Ronald Garth Smith and Li Wen and Wayne E. Brown and Rochelle I Riley and Dayong Sun and Steven Modiano and Todd A. Pester and Adrian K. Lund and Donald Nelson},
  journal={Journal of agricultural and food chemistry},
  year={2007},
  volume={55 15},
  pages={
          6169-76
        }
}
Understanding natural variation in the composition of conventional crop germplasms is critical in establishing a baseline for comparison of biotechnology-derived crops. This is particularly relevant to such traits as tolerance to drought stress. Thus, there is both a need to understand the contribution of stress conditions to natural variation in plant nutritional components and to determine whether levels of small molecule metabolites such as osmoprotectants and stress metabolites are also… CONTINUE READING
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