2 edition of High-temperature stress in rice found in the catalog.
High-temperature stress in rice
|Statement||S. Yoshida, T. Satake and D.S. Mackill.|
|Series||IRRI research paper series -- No.67|
|Contributions||Satake, T., Mackill, D. S.|
High temperature (HT) stress in rice ripening period causes damaged (chalky) grains which have loosely packed round shape starch granules. The HT stress response on protein expression is complicated, and the molecular mechanism of the chalking of grain is obscure by: Response of Rice under Salinity Stress: A Review Update.
Among the abiotic stresses high temperature stress is one of the most detrimental stresses threatening higher plant productivity and survival throughout the world. Each degree Celsius increase of average growing season temperature may decrease crop yield and affect plant distribution. High temperature stress and spikelet fertility in rice (Oryza sativa L.) S.V.K. Jagadish, P.Q. Craufurd* and T.R. Wheeler Plant Environment Laboratory, University of Reading, Cutbush Lane, Shinfield, Reading RG2 9AF, UK Received 11 September ; Revised 19 December ; Accepted 4 .
In future climates, greater heat tolerance at anthesis will be required in rice. The effect of high temperature at anthesis on spikelet fertility was studied on IR64 (lowland indica) and Azucena (upland Japonica) at degrees C (control), degrees C, and degrees C tissue temperatures. The objectives of the study were to: (i) determine the effect of temperature on flowering pattern. Temperature stresses experienced by plants are usually classified into three types: (a) chilling stress (occurring at temperatures below freezing), (b) freezing stress (occurring at low temperatures above freezing), and (c) high temperature stress.
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Rice's best-seller/5(4). Influence of High Temperature Stress on Net Photosynthesis, Dry Matter Partitioning and Rice Grain Yield at Flowering and Grain Filling Stages.
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Byit is expected that 16% of the rice-growing area will be exposed to temperatures above the critical threshold for at least 5 days during the reproductive period . Therefore, heat.
Krishnan P, B Ramakrishnan, K Raja Reddy and V R Reddy () High temperature stress effects on rice plant growth and yield. Advances in Agronomy (USA) High-temperature stress in rice [study conducted at IRRI, Philippines]  Yoshida, S.
Satake, T. Mackill, D.S. International Rice Research Inst., College, Laguna (Philippines) [Corporate Author]. The occurrence probability of high-temperature stress on rice could increase notably during the s, relative to the probability for the period –90, particularly in Anhui Province and the northwestern part of Zhejiang Province, suggesting high-temperature stress could reduce rice yield substantially in those by: The high temperature was shortened the elongation of radicle and coleoptile and prevented at 35, 38 and 41°C.
GA3 enormously maintained its stimulative effect observed on the coleoptile and. Stress physiology in relation to breeding for drought resistance A case study of rice. Varietal characteristics and soil management to reduce drought stress. Modelling the soil -plant-water balance of rainfed lowland rice.
Drought response of dry seeded rice and its modelling. Rice root systems development. High temperature (HT) stress tolerant NL and high yielding basmati Pusa rice cultivars, were exposed to e[CO 2] (from panicle initiation to maturity) and a.
effects of high temperature stress on rice growth, yield and quality characters, including different morphological, physiological and biochemical mechanisms along with use of convectional and molecular world. Rice has a wide range of adaptability and it is grown even 3m below sea level in Kerala in worlds rice production (Anonymous, ).
A rise in the optimum temperature (28/22°C) by about 1°C may led to a 10% decrease in rice yield. High temperatures (above 30°C) at lower altitudes in tropical regions and low temperatures (below 15°C) in the temperate regions adversely affect rice yield. miRa in five rice genotypes under high temperature stress and the level of heat stress tolerance exhibited by these genotypes shown in our previous study (Sailaja et al., ), it is less likely that novel miRNA-miRa might be contributing heat stress tolerance in rice, though, its expression analysis.
oxidative stress damage caused by high night temperature disrupts rice growth and development of rice plant (Mohammed and Tarpley, ). One approach for inducing oxidative stress tolerance would be to increase the cellular level of enzyme substrates such as ascorbic acid (vitamin C, AsA).
High-temperature stress also reduced Wx protein expression, leading to lowered amylose with altered starch viscosity and grain quality (Larkin and Park, ; Larkin et al., ). Some of these QTLs are associated with the stability of AC in various rice varieties grown in.
In this review, the effects of high-temperature stress on rice growth, yield, and quality characters, including various morphological, physiological, and biochemical mechanisms along with the possible use of conventional and molecular breeding methods, and Cited by: High temperature stress-induced perturbations occurring during seed development affect the grain quality, cooking quality, and eating quality of rice.
Compared with that of other crops, the productivity of rice is more accurately measured after milling (Lyman et al., ).Cited by: (check) at high temperature stress. RRF showed highest head rice recovery percent under D1. Under D2, R-RF while, under D3, R-RF showed highest values for head rice recovery per cent during high temperature stress.
Overall, paddy length was the only trait which exhibited high broad. High temperature stress is one of the stresses, which adversely affects crop production. Being grown in narrow temperature range, a slight increase in the temperature will drastically reduce the yield of rice.
It is important to study the impact of. The selection of planting dates, crop duration or genotypes by farmers is pertinent to have desirable life cycle duration and phenology of rice well adapted to temperature and other prevalent climatic factors. Brief episodes of high temperature (>35 °C) can affect the growth and yield of by:.
High temperature stress and spikelet fertility in rice (Oryza sativa L.) S.V.K. Jagadish 0 P.Q. Craufurd 0 T.R. Wheeler 0 0 Plant Environment Laboratory, University of Reading, Cutbush Lane, Shinfield, Reading RG2 9AF, UK In future climates, greater heat tolerance at anthesis will be required in rice.Keywords: High temperature stress, fluorescence parameter, height, rice INTRODUCTION Rice (Oryza sativa L.) is one of the main food staple for people worldwide.
However, climate change has led to an increase in global temperatures causing a reduction in yields (Baker et al., ). An increase in air temperature of 1oC causes. Heated-air drying of rice seeds harvested before maturity improved their subsequent storage longevity by more than that which occurred during subsequent development in planta, which may have resulted from the triggering of protection mechanisms in response to high-temperature by: 6.