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Corn - Production and Human Health in Changing Climate
Global climate is changing and will impact future production of all food and feed crops. Corn is no exception and to ensure a future supply we must begin to understand how climate impacts both the phenological development of corn and the productivity. Temperature and precipitation are the two climate factors that will have a major benefit on corn phenology and productivity. The warming climate will accelerate the phenological development because the number of thermal units required for leafdoi:10.5772/intechopen.76933 fatcat:2xniroxyrbgr7o3wbf2p6keyby