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Legumes grow in temperate and warm climates, being susceptible to unpredictable episodes of water deficit. This study aimed to evaluate (i) morphology and N‐compound contents in roots and nodules, (ii) N and C contents in shoots and (iii) crop yield in two peanut cultivars with contrasting...
Given the worldwide effort to improve crop drought resistance, it is crucial to understand the mechanisms of root system adaptation of ploidy wheat to water‐deficient environments. A meta‐analysis was performed to examine the changes in root system mechanisms under drought conditions. Data used...
Terminal heat stress is a major constraint for taking a profitable crop of wheat by small and marginal farmers in the Indo‐Gangetic Plains of south Asia. Hence, breeders remain in constant search for heat‐tolerant genotypes. This study was done with the purpose to find out high‐yielding wheat...
Although a large part of Italy is characterized by a Mediterranean climate intrinsically highly suitable for olive cultivation, farmers may experience variable interannual yields with associated agronomic and management costs. A detailed overview of major climate stressors and their ongoing...
Spore‐forming, plant growth‐promoting bacteria (PGPR) offer extraordinary opportunities for increasing plant productivity in climate change scenarios. Plant–water relationships, root development and photosynthetic performances are all key aspects of plant physiology determining yield, and the...
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