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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (North)
Neither the Corporation and its editors nor any contributor to this publication represent that the contents of this publication are accurate or complete; nor do we accept any omissions in the contents they may arise... Grains Research Update, Roma 15 thMarch 2000.. Key Management Strategies Implemented at Trevanna Downs Moving from a Grazing to a Farming Operation..
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (South)
Neither the Corporation and its editors nor any contributor to this publication represent that the contents of this publication are accurate or complete; nor do we accept any omissions in the contents they may arise... Grains Research Update, Roma 15 thMarch 2000.. Key Management Strategies Implemented at Trevanna Downs Moving from a Grazing to a Farming Operation..
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
New approach to breeding wheat varieties able to withstand fungal diseases by making plants 'insensitive' to the disease rather than 'resistant'.. The breeding strategy being devised follows the finding that tan spot and SNB both exploit Tsn1 , using it as a way to gain entry and infect a wheat plant... Professor Oliver describes the consequences of this control as like a landmine (the reaction of Tsn1 to the fake toxin) being detonated, and the fungi (tan spot or SNB) exploiting the tissue damage to gain entry into the plant...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
New approach to breeding wheat varieties able to withstand fungal diseases by making plants 'insensitive' to the disease rather than 'resistant'.. The breeding strategy being devised follows the finding that tan spot and SNB both exploit Tsn1 , using it as a way to gain entry and infect a wheat plant... Professor Oliver describes the consequences of this control as like a landmine (the reaction of Tsn1 to the fake toxin) being detonated, and the fungi (tan spot or SNB) exploiting the tissue damage to gain entry into the plant...
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Catalogue: GRDC 2014 Research Summaries
Plants lose most of their water through stomata, the same valves that also regulate the entry of carbon dioxide into leaves and photosynthetic organs... Although plants tend to coordinate stomatal conductance and photosynthetic capacity, significant genetic variation in transpiration efficiency, the ratio of photosynthesis to transpiration, has been demonstrated in many species, including wheat... Elucidating the genetic determinants of this variation is necessary to the design of genotypes tailored to different rainfall patterns and better able to optimise the use of water for maximum growth, or survival and completion of the development cycle...
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