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Minia University (2011)

Physiological Effects Of Drought Stress On Some Crop Plants

Mahmoud, Marwa Mohammed Ragaey

Titre : Physiological Effects Of Drought Stress On Some Crop Plants

Auteur : Mahmoud, Marwa Mohammed Ragaey.

Etablissement de soutenance : Minia University

Grade : Doctor in Philosophy of Science (PhD) Plant Physiology 2011

Résumé
Plants are subjected to several harsh environmental stresses that adversely affect growth, metabolism and yield. Several biotic and abiotic stresses affect the growth in higher plants [1 and 2]. Drought, salinity, extremes of temperature, flood, pollutants and radiation are the important abiotic stress factor limiting the productivity of crops [3]. Of these drought is a major abiotic factor that limits agricultural crop production [4 and 5]. ▪ Drought Drought is undoubtedly one of the more important environmental stresses limiting the productivity of crop plants around the world [6]. Drought is a world wide problem, constraining global crop production seriously [7, 8, 9 and 10] and recent global climate change has made this situation more serious [11, 12, 13, 14 and 15].

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