Desi chickpea genotypes tolerate drought stress better than kabuli types by modulating germination metabolism, trehalose accumulation, and carbon assimilation

Muhammad Farooq, Aman Ullah, Dong Jin Lee, Salem S. Alghamdi, Kadambot H.M. Siddique

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