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Mathematical Modeling of Allelopathy. III. A Model for Curve-Fitting Allelochemical Dose Responses
Bioassay techniques are often used to study the effects of allelochemicals on plant processes, and it is generally observed that the processes are stimulated at low allelochemical concentrations andExpand
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Adapting agriculture to climate change: a review
The agricultural sector is highly vulnerable to future climate changes and climate variability, including increases in the incidence of extreme climate events. Changes in temperature andExpand
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Incorporating vernalization response functions into an additive phenological model for reanalysis of the flowering data of annual pasture legumes
Abstract Vernalization is a physiological process by which plants acquire competence to flower by prolonged exposure to cooling temperatures. A non-linear vernalization module was incorporated intoExpand
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Projecting future temperature-related mortality in three largest Australian cities.
We estimated net annual temperature-related mortality in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne in Australia using 62 global climate model projections under three IPPC SRES CO2 emission scenarios (A2, A1BExpand
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Climate change impacts on phenology and yields of five broadacre crops at four climatologically distinct locations in Australia
Shifts in rainfall and rising temperatures due to climate change pose a formidable challenge to the sustainability of broadacre crop yields in Western and South-Eastern Australia. Output from18Expand
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Biological amelioration of subsoil acidity through managing nitrate uptake by wheat crops
Subsoil acidity occurs in many agricultural lands in the world, and is considered to be an irreversible constraint due to amelioration difficulties. This field study aimed to develop a biologicalExpand
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Impact of climate change on wheat flowering time in eastern Australia
Abstract The flowering time of wheat is strongly controlled by temperature and is potentially highly sensitive to climate change. In this study, we analysed the occurrence of last frost (days withExpand
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Autotoxicity of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) as determined by laboratory bioassays
AbstractsWheat varietal autotoxicity and varietal allelopathy were assessed based on plant extract and root exudate bioassays under laboratory conditions. Aqueous extract of wheat differed inExpand
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Impact of future climate change on wheat production in relation to plant-available water capacity in a semiaridenvironment
Conceptions encompassing climate change are irreversible rise of atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) concentration, increased temperature, and changes in rainfall both in spatial- and temporal-scalesExpand
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Simulation of soil organic carbon under different tillage and stubble management practices using the Rothamsted carbon model
Abstract In addition to its important effect on soil quality and crop productivity, soil organic carbon has also been identified as a possible C sink for sequestering atmospheric carbon dioxide. TheExpand
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