Abiotic Stress and Wheat Grain Quality: A Comprehensive Review

Rakesh Kumar


Wheat is a major cereal crop and is grown in a wide range of agroecologies across the world. Abiotic stresses such as heat stress, drought, waterlogging, salinity, ultraviolet radiation B, ozone, mineral deficiency, and heavy metal toxicity are the major constraints to wheat cultivation in its present form or in the future amplified version under changing global climate. These stresses alone or in combined form can pose a serious intimidation on the grain quality and crop production


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