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Proteomic analysis of rice leaves during drought stress and recovery
Three‐week old plants of rice (Oryza sativa L. cv CT9993 and cv IR62266) developed gradual water stress over 23 days of transpiration without watering, during which period the mid‐day leaf waterExpand
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Perennial cereal crops: An initial evaluation of wheat derivatives
This study evaluated over 150 wheat x wheatgrass derivatives in a series of field experiments. The objective was to assess their capacity to regrow post-harvest and yield grain over successive years,Expand
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Penetration of hardpans by rice lines in the rainfed lowlands
Abstract Rice roots are commonly shallow in rainfed lowland conditions. Mechanical impedance is one factor that may restrict access of roots to deeper soil layers, thereby reducing the capacity ofExpand
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Radiation-use efficiency response to vapor pressure deficit for maize and sorghum
Variability within a crop species in the amount of dry mass produced per unit intercepted solar radiation, or radiation-use efficiency (RUE), is important for the quantification of plantExpand
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Opportunities to manipulate nutrient-by-water interactions in rainfed lowland rice systems
Water stress, accompanied by changes in soil aeration, severely limits rice productivity in rainfed systems. These factors affect nutrient availability. Nitrate (NO3) that accumulates in aerobic soilExpand
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Nutrient requirements in rainfed lowland rice
Abstract In rainfed lowland rice, nutrient status of soils is often poor, and response to applied nutrients is often unreliable. This paper seeks an improved understanding of these patterns ofExpand
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Radiation‐Use Efficiency among Grain Sorghum Cultivars and Plant Densities
Radiation-use efficiency (RUE, g MJ-1) has often been used in many crop model equations to estimate total biomass and yield based on cumulative absorbed photosynthetically active radiation.Expand
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Pattern of solutes accumulated during leaf osmotic adjustment as related to duration of water deficit for wheat at the reproductive stage.
This study examined expression of osmotic adjustment (OA) and accumulation of solutes in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) leaves in response to water deficit (WD) imposed at the reproductive stage. TwoExpand
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Improved water conservation and nutrient use efficiency via subsoil compaction and mineral fertilization
Two-factor field experiments during 1993 and 1994 with sharply contrasting wet seasons were carried out for in situ water conservation and nutrient use in rainfed lowland rice (Oryza sativa L.) grownExpand
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Seasonal Variation in the Height of Boll Weevil Flight
Pheromone traps placed at heights ranging from ground level–9.1 m were used to study boll weevil flight in the vicinity of an infested cotton field during 1972–73. A definite seasonal variation inExpand
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