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Agron. J. 89:45-53. L. E. Sheehy, Crop and Environmental Sciences Division, International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines. I. M. 36 Mitchell and Sheehy Agricultural research, poverty alleviation, and key trends in Asia’s rice economy D. Dawe Rice is the most widely planted crop in Asia and it is the dominant source of calories for Asians living in poverty. Since a majority of the world’s poor live in Asia, improving the livelihoods of rice farmers and consumers is therefore critical to global poverty alleviation.
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A small collection of C4 plants was used to characterize some of the attributes of their leaves: Digitaria ciliaris, Echinochloa colona, E. crus-galli, E. glabrescens, another species of Echinochloa identiﬁed to genus only, Panicum maximum, and Rottboellia cochinchinensis. C4 plants discriminate less than C3 plants against the heavier isotope 13C, and the ratio of 13C to 12C (δ13C) is used to identify plants with a C4 pathway (Cerling 1999). 1% and showed there were no C4 types in the subsample (Fig.
Charting new pathways to C4 rice by Sheehy J. E; Mitchell P. L; Hardy B