How stress affects rice: a characterization of the rice transcriptome during single and simultaneous abiotic and biotic stresses
Environmental stresses, both abiotic and biotic, are large contributors to pre-harvest crop loss. Abiotic stresses, such as drought, salinity, non-optimal temperature and others, are non-living factors in the environment that have a negative effect on plants. Biotic stresses are biological factors that can harm plants, including pathogens, pests and competition from other plants. With climate change increasing the incidence of abiotic stresses and the constant pressures of pests and pathogens, it is critical to world agriculture that varieties of plants broadly tolerant to stresses are developed. ...
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Cohen, Stephen Philip
Leach, Jan E.; Argueso, Cristiana T.
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