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Effects of High Night Temperature on Crop Physiology and Productivity: Plant Growth Regulators Provide a Management Option

By Abdul Razack Mohammed and Lee Tarpley

Submitted: December 7th 2010Reviewed: June 13th 2011Published: October 5th 2011

DOI: 10.5772/24537

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Abdul Razack Mohammed and Lee Tarpley (October 5th 2011). Effects of High Night Temperature on Crop Physiology and Productivity: Plant Growth Regulators Provide a Management Option, Global Warming Impacts - Case Studies on the Economy, Human Health, and on Urban and Natural Environments, Stefano Casalegno, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/24537. Available from:

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