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By Tom Segev
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Extreme heat is expected to be the greatest risk to several major crops as temperatures rise, scientists say.
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A report in the journal Science links temperature changes to a 5.5 percent decline in wheat production worldwide, with drop-offs occurring even in countries where technological efforts have diminished the impact of climate change on crop yields.
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