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Water deficit modifies the carbon isotopic composition of lipids, soluble sugars and leaves of Copaifera langsdorffii Desf. (Fabaceae)
(Soc Botanica Brasil, 2018-01-01)
Water deficit is most frequent in forest physiognomies subjected to climate change. As a consequence, several tree species alter tissue water potential, gas exchange and production of carbon compounds to overcome damage ...
Effects of soil water depletion on the water relations in tropical kudzu.
(Pesquisa Agropecuaria Brasileira, Brasilia, v.34, n.7, p.1151-57, jul. 1999., 2014)
Recuperação da cultura do sorgo após um período de déficit hídrico.
(In: CONGRESSO NACIONAL DE MILHO E SORGO, 20., 1994, Goiânia. Centro-Oeste: cinturão do milho e do sorgo no Brasil: resumos. Goiania: ABMS, 1994. p. 188., 1994)
Foliar or soil applications of silicon alleviate water-deficit stress of potato plants
(Amer Soc Agronomy, 2014-11-01)
Root-supplied Si is thought to play a role in alleviating the effects of water-deficit stress in several crops. However, little information is known about the contribution of Si, especially foliar application, in the ...
Effects of soil water deficit and nitrogen nutrition on water relations and photosynthesis of pot-grown Coffea canephora Pierre
Coffea canephora plants (clone INCAPER-99) were submitted to low N (LN) or high N (HN) applications and two watering regimes (daily irrigation and irrigation every 5 days for a month). Although water potential was not ...
Water relations of cassava cultivated under water-deficit levels
The tolerance of plants to water deficit involves a series of adaptive mechanisms; however, little is known about the physiological characteristics of cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz), which is one of the most tolerant ...
Differential morphological, physiological, and molecular responses to water deficit stress in sugarcane.
(Journal of plant Breeding and crop science, v. 7, n. 7, p. 226-232, jul., 2015., 2015)
Physiological response and productivity of safflower lines under water deficit and rehydration
Water deficit is one of the major stresses affecting plant growth and productivity worldwide. Plants induce various morphological, physiological, biochemical and molecular changes to adapt to the changing environment. ...
MODIFICAÇÕES MORFOFISIOLÓGICAS EM PLANTAS DE MILHO SUBMETIDAS A DÉFICIT HÍDRICO
(Universidade Federal de Santa MariaBREngenharia AgrícolaUFSMPrograma de Pós-Graduação em Engenharia Agrícola, 2010-03-01)
The use of no tillage can be an important technology to minimize the effects of the water deficit, for providing more water to the plants according to the maintenance of crop residues the soil surface. This technique reduces ...