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- Singh, Rishi P.; Prasad, P. V. Vara; Reddy, K. Raja
- Advances in agronomy 2013 v.118 pp. 49-110
- biologists, etc ; administrative management; agronomists; barley; biodiversity; carbon dioxide; climate; climate change; corn; corporations; cropland; developed countries; developing countries; evolution; filling period; flowering; food availability; food production; food security; genetic variation; grain crops; herbicides; high-yielding varieties; insecticides; insects; intellectual property rights; net farm income; nutrients; pesticide application; phenology; physiologists; plant breeders; pollen; pollination; population growth; production technology; races; rice; risk; seed dormancy; seed industry; seed quality; seed set; seed yield; seeds; soybeans; temperature; viability; water management; weather; weeds; wheat; Africa; South Asia; Show all 54 Subjects
- ... Agriculture is extremely sensitive to climate and weather conditions. The resilience of our crop production systems to changes in climate can be enhanced by improved understanding impacts and responses of crops to changing climates. Several countries in Asia and Africa are at the risk of losing about 280 million tons of potential cereal production as a result of climate change factor, particularly ...