It is becoming increasingly urgent to find crops that are resilient to climate changes. The phrase climate changes reflect many stress factors, and can e.g. consist of a combination of factors such as increased temperatures, drought and changes in the composition of the atmosphere. But how do crops respond to this type of stress combinations? What happens when wheat, the world's most important crop, is exposed to more than one type of stress? Lamis Abdelhakim from the Department of Food Science, Aarhus University, has investigated this as part of her Ph.D. studies.