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2012Effect of high temperature on the reproductive development of chickpea genotypes under controlled environmentsDevasirvatham, Viola; Raju, Tokachichu; Tan, Daniel; Trethowan, Richard; Gaur, P; Mallikarjuna, N; Agr Plant & Food Excluding PBI; Plant Breeding Institute; Plant Breeding Institute; Plant Breeding InstituteEffect of high temperature on the reproductive development of chickpea genotypes under controlled environments, Functional Plant Biology, vol.39, 12, 2012,pp 1009-1018
2010Impact of high temperature on the reproductive stage of chickpeaDevasirvatham, Viola; Tan, Daniel; Trethowan, Richard; Gaur, Pooran; Mallikarjuna, N; Sciences Discipline; Crop, Horticulture and Food Production Systems; Crop, Horticulture and Food Production SystemsImpact of high temperature on the reproductive stage of chickpea, Food Secruity from Sustainable Agriculture: Proceedings of the 15th Australian Agronomy Conference, Lincoln, New Zealand, vol.N/A, 2010, pp. 1-4
2013Reproductive biology of chickpea response to heat stress in the field is associated with the performance in controlled environmentsDevasirvatham, Viola; Raju, Tokachichu; Tan, Daniel; Trethowan, Richard; Gaur, Pooran; Mallikarjuna, N; Sciences Discipline; Plant Breeding Institute; Agr Plant & Food Excluding PBI; Plant Breeding InstituteReproductive biology of chickpea response to heat stress in the field is associated with the performance in controlled environments, Field Crops Research, vol.142, N/A, 2013,pp 9-19
2013Reproductive biology of chickpea response to heat stress in the field is associated with the performance in controlled environmentsDevasirvatham, Viola; Raju, Tokachichu; Tan, Daniel; Trethowan, Richard; Gaur, P; Mallikarjuna, N; Sciences Discipline; Plant Breeding Institute; Agr Plant & Food Excluding PBI; Plant Breeding InstituteReproductive biology of chickpea response to heat stress in the field is associated with the performance in controlled environments, Field Crops Research, vol.142, N/A, 2013,pp 9-19