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Raising yield potential in wheat

Raising yield potential of wheat. II. Increasing photosynthetic capacity and efficiency

Raising yield potential of wheat. III. Optimizing partitioning to grain while maintaining lodging resistance

Potential Yield in Carrots (Daucus carota L.): Theory, Test, and an Application

Identification and physiological analyses of a locus for rice yield potential across the genetic background

Raising yield potential of wheat. I. Overview of a consortium approach and breeding strategies

Quantitative Genetics and Functional–Structural Plant Growth Models: Simulation of Quantitative Trait Loci Detection for Model Parameters and Application to Potential Yield Optimization

Calculation of total free energy yield as an alternative approach for predicting the importance of potential chemolithotrophic reactions in geothermal springs

Impact of Lygus spp. (Hemiptera: Miridae) on Damage, Yield and Quality of Lesquerella (Physaria fendleri), a Potential New Oil-Seed Crop

Will C3 crops enhanced with the C4 CO2-concentrating mechanism live up to their full potential (yield)?

The sucrose non-fermenting-1-related (SnRK) family of protein kinases: potential for manipulation to improve stress tolerance and increase yield

Magnocellular visual evoked potential delay with high autism spectrum quotient yields a neural mechanism for altered perception

Can stock–recruitment points determine which spawning potential ratio is the best proxy for maximum sustainable yield reference points?

Hybrid mensurational and physiological modelling of growth and yield of Pinus radiata D.Don. using potentially useable radiation sums

Sugar Input, Metabolism, and Signaling Mediated by Invertase: Roles in Development, Yield Potential, and Response to Drought and Heat

A rare SNP mutation in Brachytic2 moderately reduces plant height and increases yield potential in maize

 

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The maximum annual yield of a renewable resource (such as timber from a forest or fish from the sea) that can be obtained on a sustainable basis by using intensive management practices.

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