Michael P. Bange

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In this glasshouse study, we investigated the mechanisms of aminoethoxyvinylglycine (AVG)-induced waterlogging tolerance in cotton. Two cotton cultivars Sicot 71BRF (moderately waterlogging tolerant) and LA 887 (waterlogging sensitive) were grown in a clay-loam soil, and exposed to waterlogging at early squaring stage (53 days after sowing). One day prior(More)
Climatic variability, typified by erratic heavy-rainfall events, causes waterlogging in intensively irrigated crops and is exacerbated under warm temperature regimes on soils with poor internal drainage. Irrigated cotton is often grown in precisely these conditions, exposing it to waterlogging-induced yield losses after substantial summer rainfall. This(More)
Elevated CO2 (CE) and temperature (TE) can not only affect crop physiology and growth but also soil nutrient availability, which could in turn influence crop response to CE and TE. However, such indirect impacts of CE and TE on crop productivity are often unexplored, potentially underestimating the impact of CE and TE at a system level. To explore the(More)
Overview The Structures and Materials Group is responsible for the analysis of the solid parts of the rocket—the rocket case and the unburned solid fuel. The activities of this group divide into two thrust areas: system simulation, primarily by finite element methods, and constitutive and failure modeling of components and materials. The technology(More)
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