Combining drought tolerance and responsiveness to summer moisture availability in cocksfoot (Dactylis glomerata L.) germplasm grown in Mediterranean environments.

Book Title: NA
Year Published: 2004
Month Published: NA
Author: Piano, E. ; Fornasier, F. ; Romani, M. ; Carroni, A.M. ; Pecetti, L. ; Annicchiarico, P.
Book Group Author: NA
Abstract:

NA

Pages: 1197 - 1204
URL: http://0-search.ebscohost.com.catalog.library.colostate.edu/login.aspx?direct=true&AuthType=cookie,ip,url,cpid&custid=s4640792&db=agr&AN=IND43672510&site=ehost-live
Volume: 55
Number: 12
Journal: Australian journal of agricultural research
Journal ISO: NA
Organization: NA
Publisher: NA
ISBN: NA
ISSN: 00049409
DOI: NA
Keywords:

dry matter accumulation, sugar content, summer, irrigation,nitrogen content, genotype-environment interaction, selection criteria,mortality, genetic correlation, plant available water, forage grasses,cultivars, Mediterranean climate, Dactylis glomerata, germplasm, waterstress, dryland farming, provenance, drought tolerance, Mediterraneanregion

Source: EBSCO
Series:
Series Number:
Document Type:
Subject Category: