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Pang, J. and Turner, N.C. and Khan, T. and Du, Y.L. and etl, . (2017) Response of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) to terminal drought: leaf stomatal conductance, pod abscisic acid concentration, and seed set. Journal of Experimental Botany, 68 (8). pp. 1973-1985.

Krishnamurthy, L. and Turner, N.C. and Gaur, P.M. and Upadhyaya, H.D. and Varshney, R.K. and Siddique, K.H.M. and Vadez, V. (2011) Consistent variation across soil types in salinity resistance of a diverse range of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) genotypes. Journal of Agronomy and Crop Science, 197 (3). pp. 214-227.

Kumar, A. and Turner, N.C. (2009) Growth and sucrose synthase activity of developing chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) seeds under field conditions. Australian Journal of Crop Science , 3 (1). pp. 20-27.

Berger, J.D. and Ali, M. and Basu, P.S. and Chaudhary, B.D. and Chaturvedi, S.K. and Deshmukh, P.S. and Dharmaraj, P.S. and Dwivedi, S.K. and Gangadhar, G.C. and Gaur, P.M. and Kumar, J. and Pannu, R.K. and Siddique, K.H.M. and Singh, D.N. and Singh, D.P. and Singh, S.J. and Turner, N.C. and Yadava, H.S. and Yadav, S.S. (2006) Genotype by environment studies demonstrate the critical role of phenology in adaptation of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) to high and low yielding environments of India. Field Crops Research , 98 (2-3). pp. 230-244.

Berger, J.D. and Buck, R. and Henzell, J.M. and Turner, N.C. (2005) Evolution in the genus Cicer—vernalisation response and low temperature pod set in chickpea (C. arietinum L.) and its annual wild relatives. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research, 56 (11). pp. 1191-1200.

Berger, J.D. and Turner, N.C. and Siddique, K.H.M. and Knights, E.J. and Brinsmead, R.B. and Mock, I. and Edmondson, C. and Khan, T.N. (2004) Genotype by environment studies across Australia reveal the importance of phenology for chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) improvement. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research, 55 (10). pp. 1071-1084.

Abbo, S. and Berger, J.D. and Turner, N.C. (2003) Viewpoint: Evolution of cultivated chickpea : four bottlenecks limit diversity and constrain adaptation. Functional Plant Biology, 30 (10). pp. 1081-1087.

Behboudian, M.H. and Ma, Q. and Turner, N.C. and Palta, J.O (2001) Reactions of chickpea to water stress: yield and seed composition. Journal of Science Food and Agriculture, 81. pp. 1288-1291.

Behboudian, M.H. and Ma, Q. and Turner, N.C. and Palta, J.A. (2000) Discrimination Against 13CO2 in Leaves, Pod Walls, and Seeds of Water-stressed Chickpea. Photosynthetica, 38 (1). pp. 155-157.

Jones, M.M. and Osmond, C.B. and Turner, N.C. (1980) Accumulation of solutes in leaves of sorghum and sunflower in response to water deficits. Australian Journal of Plant Physiology, 7 (2). pp. 193-205.

Rawson, H.M. and Turner, N.C. and Begg, J.E. (1978) Agronomic and physiological responses of soybean and sorghum crops to water deficits IV. Photosynthesis, transpiration and water use efficiency of leaves. Australian Journal of Plant Physiology , 5 (2). pp. 195-209.

Turner, N.C. and Begg, J.E. and Rawson, H.M. and et al, . (1978) Agronomic and physiological responses of soybean and sorghum crops to water deficits. III. Components of leaf water potential, leaf conductance, 14CO2 photosynthesis, and adaptation to water deficits. Australian Journal of Plant Physiology, 5 (2). pp. 179-184.

Turner, N.C. and Begg, J.E. and Tonnet, M.L. (1978) Osmotic Adjustment of Sorghum and Sunflower Crops in Response to Water Deficits and Its Influence on the Water Potential at Which Stomata Close. Australian Journal of Plant Physiology, 5 (5). pp. 597-608.

Jones, M.M. and Turner, N.C. (1978) Osmotic adjustments in leaves of sorghum in response to water deficits. Plant Physiology, 61 (1). pp. 122-126.

Turner, N.C. (1970) Response of Adaxial and Abaxial Stomata to Light. New Phytologist, 69 (3). pp. 647-653.

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