Conflict of Interest. Literature Cited. Systems models, phenomics and genomics: three pillars for developing high-yielding photosynthetically efficient crops Tian-Gen Chang. Oxford Academic. Google Scholar. Shuoqi Chang. Qing-Feng Song. Shahnaz Perveen. Xin-Guang Zhu. Cite Citation. Permissions Icon Permissions. Abstract Recent years witnessed a stagnation in yield enhancement in major staple crops, which leads plant biologists and breeders to focus on an urgent challenge to dramatically increase crop yield to meet the growing food demand.
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