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Stability of Relationship Between Chlorophyll Density and Soil Plant Analysis Development Chlorophyll Meter Readings in Peanut Across Different Drought Stress Conditions

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Boontang, S., P. Songsri, S. Jogloy, C. Akkasaeng, N. Vorasoot, N. Tantisuwichwong and A. Patanothai, 2010. Evaluation of peanut cultivars commonly grown in thailand under water limited conditions. Asian J. Plant Sci., 9: 320-328.
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Boontang, S., T. Girdthai, S. Jogloy, C. Akkasaeng, N. Vorasoot, A. Patanothai and N. Tantisuwichwong, 2010. Responses of released cultivars of peanut to terminal drought for traits related to drought tolerance. Asian J. Plant Sci., 9: 423-431.
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Jangpromma, N., P. Songsri, S. Thammasirirak and P. Jaisil, 2010. Rapid assessment of chlorophyll content in sugarcane using a SPAD chlorophyll meter across different water stress conditions. Asian J. Plant Sci., 9: 368-374.
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Painawadee, M., S. Jogloy, T. Kesmala, C. Akkasaeng and A. Patanothai, 2009. Heritability and correlation of drought resistance traits and agronomic traits in peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.). Asian J. Plant Sci., 8: 325-334.
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