Effects of Low Temperature on Seedling Growth of Maize Genotypes (Agricultural Research Reports, No 926)
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Published by Center Agricultural Pub & Document .
Written in English


  • Plant reproduction & propagation,
  • Field Crop Breeding

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Number of Pages133
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Open LibraryOL12799924M
ISBN 109022009300
ISBN 109789022009307

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Effects of drought stress on maize depend on the growth stage of prevalence, duration of prevalence, and intensity of stress. Information about critical growth stages is a prerequisite for After the first week, temperature influences growth less and the relative growth rates are about the same at 25, 28, and 31 °C (Yoshida, ). A temperature of 22 °C or below is considered subnormal for seedling growth. The seedling growth may be reasonably good up to 35 °C, above which it declines sharply. The seedlings will die above 40 °:// David Brand, Chathurika Wijewardana, Wei Gao, K. Raja Reddy, Interactive effects of carbon dioxide, low temperature, and ultraviolet-B radiation on cotton seedling root and shoot morphology and growth, Frontiers of Earth Science, /s, 10, 4, (), ().   % of the phenotypic variance for low-temperature seed germination in maize by the use of three connected F populations with inbred lines of two low-temperature-tolerant inbred lines, and P9 –10, and two susceptible lines, Y and PH4CV [5]. Several SNPs associated with low-temperature-tolerance traits at the seedling and seed