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- Krishnappa Nagarathana, Chandrashekara, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Scientia horticulturae 2018 v.233 pp. 359-369
- Camellia sinensis; amino acids; black tea; caffeine; clones; crop yield; cultivars; drought; drought tolerance; flavanols; genotype; green tea; growth and development; high performance liquid chromatography; leaves; lipids; polyphenols; principal component analysis; reducing sugars; secondary metabolites; soil water; water stress
- ... Soil moisture stress seriously limits the growth and development of tea plants (Camellia sinensis), thus affecting crop yield and quality. Soil moisture reduction generally affects accumulation of tea secondary metabolites. To elucidate the variations in plant genotype response to abiotic stress during depleting soil moisture stress and changes in biochemical constituents of green leaf which deter ...