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SELECTION FOR INCREASED DROUGHT TOLERANCE Drought stress is the major restriction on lentil yield in lentil growing regions, worldwide (Muehlbauer et al. 1995, 2006; McKenzie and Hill 2004). For example, Erskine and El Ashkar (1993) reported that 80% of the variation in lentil seed yield in Mediterranean climates was accounted for by differences in seasonal rainfall. In the Mediterranean regions of West Asia and North Africa, lentil is usually grown in areas of 300–400 mm rain year−1 (Erskine et al.
They are found predominantly in primary, ungrazed habitats where they are not subject to competition by aggressive coloniser plants. They usually form small disjunct populations. The density of plants may vary dramatically between years apparently because of climatic conditions. L. culinaris subsp. orientalis, subsp. tomentosus, subsp. odemensis and L. nigricans are generally found in open or partially shaded habitats, on shallow stony soils originating from calcareous, metamorphic or basalt rocks.