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Florida research shows that for rice, warmer earth brings uncertain future

imates because it grows slowly and flowers late in the summer, Allen said.

Snyder, Boote and Allen plan to submit a paper about the rice research, funded by the International Rice Research Institute, to a scientific journal for publication. Since launching their efforts in 1981, researchers with the Carbon Dioxide and Climate Change Project have published about 100 papers in peer-reviewed journals and book chapters, Allen said.


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Contact: Hartwell Allen
lhajr@gnv.ifas.ufl.edu
352-392-8194
University of Florida
29-Nov-2000


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