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multiple maize inbreds were exposed to all combinations of the following stressors: drought, nitrogen, and density stress. Plants were grown in an experimental plot divided into eight sections, and each of the sections received a combination of between zero and three of the stresses previously mentioned, so that all possible stress combinations were included. More details about the experiment can be found in the references
Wang, Y., Stapleton, A. E., & Chen, C. (2018). Two-sample nonparametric stochastic order inference with an application in plant physiology. Journal of Statistical Computation and Simulation, 88(14), 2668-2683.
Stutts, L., Wang, Y., & Stapleton, A. E. (2018). Plant growth regulators ameliorate or exacerbate abiotic, biotic and combined stress interaction effects on Zea mays kernel weight with inbred-specific patterns. Environmental and experimental botany, 147, 179-188.
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