A recent article published in Plant Science by Fatima Zahra Rezzouk (2019)

The article entitled “Remote sensing techniques and stable isotopes as phenotyping tools to assess wheat yield performance: Effects of growing temperature and vernalization” emphasizes the efficient use of diverse phenotyping approaches at predicting Bread Wheat performance under high temperature conditions.

Remote sensing techniques and stable isotopes as phenotyping tools to assess wheat yield performance: Effects of growing temperature and vernalization

Highlights

High temperature negatively affects wheat yield, particularly in winter genotypes.

Vegetation indices (VI) phenotype better genotypes in normal than in late planting.

Grain δ13C and N content work well as phenotypic traits regardless of planting date.

Combination of VI and isotopes improved yield prediction for both planting dates.

For more, check: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.plantsci.2019.110281

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