Network Candidate Genes in Breeding for Drought Tolerant Crops

@inproceedings{Krannich2015NetworkCG,
  title={Network Candidate Genes in Breeding for Drought Tolerant Crops},
  author={Christoph Tim Krannich and Lisa Maletzki and Christina Kurowsky and Renate Horn and Ann Cuypers and Tony Remans},
  booktitle={International journal of molecular sciences},
  year={2015}
}
Climate change leading to increased periods of low water availability as well as increasing demands for food in the coming years makes breeding for drought tolerant crops a high priority. Plants have developed diverse strategies and mechanisms to survive drought stress. However, most of these represent drought escape or avoidance strategies like early flowering or low stomatal conductance that are not applicable in breeding for crops with high yields under drought conditions. Even though a… CONTINUE READING
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