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Effect of heat shock during grain filling on protein composition and technological quality of wheats

, : Effect of heat shock during grain filling on protein composition and technological quality of wheats. Wheat: prospects for global improvement Proceedings of the 5th International Wheat Conference, Ankara, Turkey, 10-14 June 1996: 213-220

In southern Europe, the Mediterranean climate offers a unique opportunity for the production of high quality wheats, which are lacking in the European Economic Union. It is also responsible for the remarkable variability in both wheat yield and quality from year to year and from location to location. In this paper, the effects (in recent years) of the Mediterranean climate in Italy on grain yield and quality of bread and durum wheats are summarized with particular regard to high temperatures.


DOI: 10.1023/a:1018353300618

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