Grain size and Protein Content Response to late heat and drought stress in winter wheat landraces in the Atlas mountains of Morocco
MetadataShow full item record
Adil El-Baouchi, Mohammed Ibriz, Marta da Silva Lopes, Miguel Sanchez-Garcia. (20/7/2019). Grain size and Protein Content Response to late heat and drought stress in winter wheat landraces in the Atlas mountains of Morocco.
Wheat is a major staple crop for a large part of world population. In Morocco, wheat is grown on 2.95 Million hectares with an average yield of 2.1 tons/ha (FAOSTAT, 2017). Wheat consumption per capita in Morocco is estimated at 173 kg annually, which is among the highest in the world. In 2016 the gap between consumption and production is about 6.3 Million tons. Sowing date influence negatively the growth, yield and the grain shape of wheat. In the highlands of Morocco (home to over 200.000 families and characterized by cold winters and late heat and drought stress) where straw is valued as animal feed and yields rarely exceed 1 t/ha, wheat landraces can be sources of tolerance traits to mitigate the expected heat and drought to come or can even be considered for direct use to increase production and ensure food security. The aim of this study was to analyze the effect of late heat and drought stress in traits related to grain morphology and composition.
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Author(s)Khudaybergenova, SanobarDate: 2020-06-18Type: ImageStatus: Open accessWinter wheat varieties in Karshi district, Kashkadarya region
Author(s)Hamblin, J.; Ketata, Habib; Yau, S. K.; Talmage, Elizabeth; Sarraj, Walid; Al-Jbaili, KhaledDate: 1991-01-31Type: Internal ReportStatus: Open accessThe RACHIS information service has been initiated by ICARDA to meet the information needs of barley, wheat and triticale research workers in the Near East and North Africa region. RACHIS seeks to report research results ...
Author(s)ICARDA, Communication TeamDate: 2005-02-20Type: Internal ReportStatus: Open accessTurkey is located in the Fertile Crescent, an area in the Mediterranean region where, some 10,000 years ago, barley, wheat, lentil, pea, flax and vetch were domesticated—indicating the country's rich experience in agricultural ...