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RLRRahal Letterman Racing (motorsports racing team owned by David Letterman and Bobby Rahal)
RLRRed Light Running
RLRRecueil des Lois et Règlements (French: Collection of Laws and Regulations)
RLRReal-Time Local Reflections (computer graphics)
RLRReceiving Loudness Rating (telecommunications)
RLRRoll Right (Hyper Logo command)
RLRReinforcement Learning Repository
RLRRefuge of Last Resort (emergency management)
RLRRed Line Racing (Forza Motorsport video game)
RLRRon Lummus Racing (Anaheim, CA)
RLRRobertson Loia Roof (architectural firm; Atlanta, GA)
RLRRainfed Lowland Rice
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Use of drought response index for identification of drought tolerant genotypes in rainfed lowland rice. Field Crops Res., 99: 48-58
To evaluate the selectivity of some post-emergence herbicides for weed control in rainfed lowland rice.
Despite having fewer roots in deeper layers, rainfed lowland rice can extract water from below a 15-cm soil depth (Wade et al., 1999).
Genetic improvement in the root system of rainfed lowland rice has been slow, partly because of the lack of a reliable screening system for phenotyping.
Evaluation of suitable herbicide for direct seeded rainfed lowland rice. Madras Agric.
Opportunities to Manipulate Nutrient- by -Water Interactions in Rainfed Lowland Rice Systems.
To date, 44 indica inbred cultivars from IRRI, including IR5 and IR8, have been released in the Philippines for the irrigated and favorable rainfed lowland rice systems (Table 2).
The 44 indica inbred cultivars developed by the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) for the irrigated and favorable rainfed lowland rice systems.
Genotypic differences in grain yield of transplanted and direct- seeded rainfed lowland rice (Oryza sativa L.) in northeastern Thailand.
While upland rice is indeed described as a plant with "deep, thick roots," the rainfed lowland rice is required to posses an ambiguous "extensive root system." Among the root traits studied, total root length (TRL) is strongly related to drought resistance under upland conditions.
Rainfed lowland rice roots: Soil and hydrological effects.
Concepts and strategies for plant adaptation research in rainfed lowland rice. Field Crops Res., 64: 13-34