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plants to improve abiotic stress tolerance . In: Hasanuzzaman , M. (Ed.), Plant ecophysiology and adaptation under climate change: mechanisms and perspectives II . Springer , Singapore , pp. 477 – 490 . Mozafarian , M. and Kappel , N. ( 2019

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Introduction Table grape production is a rising sector of agriculture with increasing surface, which requires breeding of new cultivars ( FAO-OIV, 2016 ). The most important targets of breeding programs are seedlessness, early ripening, abiotic

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Biologia Futura
Authors: Zoltán Attila Köbölkuti, Klára Cseke, Attila Benke, Mátyás Báder, Attila Borovics and Róbert Németh

Cyclophilin Role in lignification during wood formation, in biotic and abiotic stress tolerance Rajinikanth et al. ( 2007 ) 15 Blue copper protein

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. Changes in the benzoxazinoids composition, even if of minor importance to humans, can severely influence the ecosystem either by destabilizing balance between insects and hosts or by influencing plant resistance to biotic and abiotic stresses. Due to the

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vary with the variety [ 29 ]. Different crop varieties may possess different levels of characters or even different characters. The present and future focus is on continuing improvement of agronomic traits such as yield and abiotic stress resistance in

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