Two decades of InterDrought conferences: Are we bridging the genotype-to-phenotype gap?
Tuberosa, R., Turner, N.C. and Cakir, M. (2014) Two decades of InterDrought conferences: Are we bridging the genotype-to-phenotype gap? Journal of Experimental Botany, 65 (21). pp. 6137-6139.
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This special issue comprises a number of papers presented during the fourth InterDrought conference in Perth, Australia from 2 to 6 September 2013, the last of a unique conference series that began in Montpellier in 1995 with a focus on how to leverage interdisciplinary research in order to understand better the adaptive responses of plants to drought and how to use this knowledge for enhancing crop productivity under drought-prone conditions. This editorial highlights the main contributions presented by a selected number of invited speakers and offers a glimpse at the efforts to narrow the genotype-to-phenotype gap towards the release of drought-resistant cultivars...
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