Transformation of Matter and Energy in Crops Under the Influence of Brassinosteroids

The application of various allelochemicals in agricultural production is carried out primarily to increase the quantity and quality of crop yield

Hadi Waisi; Bogdan Nikolic; Bojan Jankovic

2019

Scholarcy highlights

  • The application of various allelochemicals in agricultural production is carried out primarily to increase the quantity and quality of crop yield
  • BRs can directly intensify crop physiological processes leading to increased growth and development, which create essential prerequisites for their increased yield
  • The use of the BRs in plant protection and agriculture is of particular interest
  • As yield is the ultimate and most important characteristic related to agricultural production, it represents the end product of transforming matter and energy in plants in the field
  • In order to obtain better qualitative and quantitative yield results, different crops are often subjected to various concentrations of 24-epibrassinolide
  • Particular attention is given to the influence of exogenously applied 24-EBL on specified physiological and biochemical parameters in selected crops, especially maize, in relation to their likely roles in determining crop biomass accumulation, biomass redistribution, growth, yield and improved resistance to abiotic stresses
  • In Agriculture Research Institute “Serbia”, Proceedings of abstracts of 12th symposium of the Yugoslav Society for Plant Physiology

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