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Biomass and Quercetin Accumulation Predict Drought Sensitivity in a Novel White Clover Hybrid
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Biomass and Quercetin Accumulation Predict Drought Sensitivity in a Novel White Clover Hybrid

Biomass and Quercetin Accumulation Predict Drought Sensitivity in a Novel White Clover Hybrid
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Biomass and Quercetin Accumulation Predict Drought Sensitivity in a Novel White Clover Hybrid

This study shows for the first time that drought resistance in a new white clover hybrid can be linked to drought-induced increases in quercetin levels, and quercetin-to-kaempferol ratio levels. Subsequent DNA-marker analysis studies will be used to identify quantitative trait loci (QTL) for improved drought resistance in white clover to combine high Q response with high herbage yield.
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