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      Developing drought-resistant cereals 

      Genetics of drought tolerance in cereals

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          This chapter discusses some of the latest findings related to the genetics of drought resistance of the world's most widely grown cereals. The chapter starts with rice because of its key role as an ancestral founder species and phylogenetically pivotal role for cereal evolution. The chapter then reviews barley, second in phylogeny after rice, durum wheat, bread wheat, sorghum and maize.

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          9781835450284
          08 January 2024
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          [1 ]DISTAL – University of Bologna (Italy)
          [2 ]University of Bologna
          10.19103/AS.2022.0109.15
          e31833fe-8506-4755-a8bf-93b9f09d8b46
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          TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Agriculture / Agronomy / Crop Science,TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Agriculture / Sustainable Agriculture,Agronomy and crop production,Sustainable agriculture,Agricultural science,Cereal crops,Sustainable agriculture,Agricultural science

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