Genomics Assisted Approaches for Improving Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Forage Grasses

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Genomics Assisted Approaches for Improving Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Forage Grasses. / Skot, Leif; Kelly, Rhys; Humphreys, Mike.

Genomics Assisted Breeding of Crops for Abiotic Stress Tolerance. ed. / Vijay Rani Rajpal; Deepmala Sehgal; Avinash Kumar; S. N. Raina. Vol. 2 Springer Nature, 2019. p. 91-103 (Sustainable Development and Biodiversity; Vol. 21).

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Skot, L, Kelly, R & Humphreys, M 2019, Genomics Assisted Approaches for Improving Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Forage Grasses. in VR Rajpal, D Sehgal, A Kumar & SN Raina (eds), Genomics Assisted Breeding of Crops for Abiotic Stress Tolerance. vol. 2, Sustainable Development and Biodiversity, vol. 21, Springer Nature, pp. 91-103. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-99573-1_6

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Skot, L., Kelly, R., & Humphreys, M. (2019). Genomics Assisted Approaches for Improving Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Forage Grasses. In V. R. Rajpal, D. Sehgal, A. Kumar, & S. N. Raina (Eds.), Genomics Assisted Breeding of Crops for Abiotic Stress Tolerance (Vol. 2, pp. 91-103). (Sustainable Development and Biodiversity; Vol. 21). Springer Nature. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-99573-1_6

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Skot L, Kelly R, Humphreys M. Genomics Assisted Approaches for Improving Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Forage Grasses. In Rajpal VR, Sehgal D, Kumar A, Raina SN, editors, Genomics Assisted Breeding of Crops for Abiotic Stress Tolerance. Vol. 2. Springer Nature. 2019. p. 91-103. (Sustainable Development and Biodiversity). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-99573-1_6

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Skot, Leif ; Kelly, Rhys ; Humphreys, Mike. / Genomics Assisted Approaches for Improving Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Forage Grasses. Genomics Assisted Breeding of Crops for Abiotic Stress Tolerance. editor / Vijay Rani Rajpal ; Deepmala Sehgal ; Avinash Kumar ; S. N. Raina. Vol. 2 Springer Nature, 2019. pp. 91-103 (Sustainable Development and Biodiversity).

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