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Vegetative Growth and Yield Associated Flowering Time Variation in Sri Lankan Rice "Hondarawala"
Journal of Agricultural Sciences
Breeding new varieties adaptable for changing climate is an essential need in sustainable rice production. Around 2000 Sri Lankan rice accessions at Plant Genetic Resources Centre (PGRC), Sri Lanka have not been fully characterized for the yield potential and sensitivity to mild photoperiodic differences for days to flowering (DF). DF is a candidate key determinant in yield components in rice and understanding the physiological and molecular nature for DF is important to manipulate crop yielddoi:10.4038/jas.v11i1.8079 fatcat:qoxsnme2lvf45ocwknw2pkjrdu