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    1. Slafer, GA; Peltonen-Sainio, P
      Yield trends of temperate cereals in high latitude countries from 1940 to 1998

      AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD SCIENCE IN FINLAND
    2. Kantolic, AG; Slafer, GA
      Photoperiod sensitivity after flowering and seed number determination in indeterminate soybean cultivars

      FIELD CROPS RESEARCH
    3. Miralles, DJ; Ferro, BC; Slafer, GA
      Developmental responses to sowing date in wheat, barley and rapeseed

      FIELD CROPS RESEARCH
    4. Araus, JL; Slafer, GA; Romagosa, I; Molist, M
      FOCUS: Estimated wheat yields during the emergence of agriculture based onthe carbon isotope discrimination of grains: Evidence from a 10th millennium BP site on the Euphrates

      JOURNAL OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL SCIENCE
    5. Slafer, GA; Abeledo, LG; Miralles, DJ; Gonzalez, FG; Whitechurch, EM
      Photoperiod sensitivity during stem elongation as an avenue to raise potential yield in wheat

      EUPHYTICA
    6. Calderini, DF; Savin, R; Abeledo, LG; Reynolds, MP; Slafer, GA
      The importance of the period immediately preceding anthesis for grain weight determination in wheat

      EUPHYTICA
    7. Whitechurch, EM; Slafer, GA
      Responses to photoperiod before and after jointing in wheat substitution lines

      EUPHYTICA
    8. Miralles, DJ; Richards, RA; Slafer, GA
      Duration of the stem elongation period influences the number of fertile florets in wheat and barley

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    9. Dreccer, MF; Schapendonk, AHCM; Slafer, GA; Rabbinge, R
      Comparative response of wheat and oilseed rape to nitrogen supply: absorption and utilisation efficiency of radiation and nitrogen during the reproductive stages determining yield

      PLANT AND SOIL
    10. Calderini, DF; Abeledo, LG; Slafer, GA
      Physiological maturity in wheat based on kernel water and dry matter

      AGRONOMY JOURNAL
    11. Calderini, DF; Abeledo, LG; Savin, R; Slafer, GA
      Final grain weight in wheat as affected by short periods of high temperature during pre- and post-anthesis under field conditions

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    12. Araus, JL; Slafer, GA; Romagosa, I
      Durum wheat and barley yields in antiquity estimated from C-13 discrimination of archaeological grains: a case study from the Western Mediterranean Basin

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    13. Calderini, DF; Abeledo, LG; Savin, R; Slafer, GA
      Effect of temperature and carpel size during pre-anthesis on potential grain weight in wheat

      JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE
    14. Calderini, DF; Slafer, GA
      Has yield stability changed with genetic improvement of wheat yield?

      EUPHYTICA
    15. MIRALLES DJ; KATZ SD; COLLOCA A; SLAFER GA
      FLORET DEVELOPMENT IN NEAR-ISOGENIC WHEAT LINES DIFFERING IN PLANT HEIGHT

      Field crops research
    16. CALDERINI DF; SLAFER GA
      CHANGES IN YIELD AND YIELD STABILITY IN WHEAT DURING THE 20TH-CENTURY

      Field crops research
    17. CALDERINI DF; DRECCER MF; SLAFER GA
      CONSEQUENCES OF BREEDING ON BIOMASS, RADIATION INTERCEPTION AND RADIATION-USE EFFICIENCY IN WHEAT

      Field crops research
    18. SLAFER GA; RAWSON HM
      PHYLLOCHRON IN WHEAT AS AFFECTED BY PHOTOPERIOD UNDER 2 TEMPERATURE REGIMES

      Australian journal of plant physiology
    19. SLAFER GA; RAWSON HM
      CO2 EFFECTS ON PHASIC DEVELOPMENT, LEAF NUMBER AND RATE OF LEAF APPEARANCE IN WHEAT

      Annals of botany
    20. MIRALLES DJ; SLAFER GA; LYNCH V
      ROOTING PATTERNS IN NEAR-ISOGENIC LINES OF SPRING WHEAT FOR DWARFISM

      Plant and soil
    21. KRUK BC; CALDERINI DF; SLAFER GA
      GRAIN WEIGHT IN WHEAT CULTIVARS RELEASED FROM 1920 TO 1990 AS AFFECTED BY POSTANTHESIS DEFOLIATION

      Journal of Agricultural Science
    22. MIRALLES DJ; SLAFER GA
      RADIATION INTERCEPTION AND RADIATION USE EFFICIENCY OF NEAR-ISOGENIC WHEAT LINES WITH DIFFERENT HEIGHT

      Euphytica
    23. MIRALLES DJ; DOMINGUEZ CF; SLAFER GA
      RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN GRAIN-GROWTH AND POSTANTHESIS LEAF-AREA DURATIONIN DWARF, SEMIDWARF AND TALL ISOGENIC LINES OF WHEAT

      Journal of agronomy and crop science
    24. MIRALLES DJ; SLAFER GA
      GRAIN WEIGHT REDUCTIONS IN WHEAT ASSOCIATED WITH SEMIDWARFISM - AN ANALYSIS OF GRAIN WEIGHT AT DIFFERENT POSITIONS WITHIN THE SPIKE OF NEAR-ISOGENIC LINES

      Journal of agronomy and crop science
    25. SLAFER GA; RAWSON HM
      RESPONSES TO PHOTOPERIOD CHANGE WITH PHENOPHASE AND TEMPERATURE DURING WHEAT DEVELOPMENT

      Field crops research
    26. SLAFER GA; RAWSON HM
      THERMAL AMPLITUDE DOES NOT CHANGE RATE OF DEVELOPMENT IN WHEAT

      Cereal Research Communications
    27. SLAFER GA
      DIFFERENCES IN PHASIC DEVELOPMENT RATE AMONGST WHEAT CULTIVARS INDEPENDENT OF RESPONSES TO PHOTOPERIOD AND VERNALIZATION - A VIEWPOINT OF THE INTRINSIC EARLINESS HYPOTHESIS

      Journal of Agricultural Science
    28. SLAFER GA; KERNICH GC
      HAVE CHANGES IN YIELD (1900-1992) BEEN ACCOMPANIED BY A DECREASED YIELD STABILITY IN AUSTRALIAN CEREAL PRODUCTION

      Australian Journal of Agricultural Research
    29. SLAFER GA
      WHEAT DEVELOPMENT AS AFFECTED BY RADIATION AT 2 TEMPERATURES

      Journal of agronomy and crop science
    30. SLAFER GA; RAWSON HM
      PHOTOPERIOD-X TEMPERATURE INTERACTIONS IN CONTRASTING WHEAT GENOTYPES- TIME TO HEADING AND FINAL LEAF NUMBER

      Field crops research
    31. MIRALLES DJ; SLAFER GA
      INDIVIDUAL GRAIN WEIGHT RESPONSES TO GENETIC REDUCTION IN CULM LENGTHIN WHEAT AS AFFECTED BY SOURCE-SINK MANIPULATIONS

      Field crops research
    32. SAVIN R; SATORRE EH; HALL AJ; SLAFER GA
      ASSESSING STRATEGIES FOR WHEAT CROPPING IN THE MONSOONAL CLIMATE OF THE PAMPAS USING THE CERES-WHEAT SIMULATION-MODEL

      Field crops research
    33. SLAFER GA; HALLORAN GM; CONNOR DJ
      INFLUENCE OF PHOTOPERIOD ON CULM LENGTH IN WHEAT

      Field crops research
    34. SLAFER GA; RAWSON HM
      RATES AND CARDINAL TEMPERATURES FOR PROCESSES OF DEVELOPMENT IN WHEAT- EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE AND THERMAL AMPLITUDE

      Australian journal of plant physiology
    35. CALDERINI DF; TORRESLEON S; SLAFER GA
      CONSEQUENCES OF WHEAT BREEDING ON NITROGEN AND PHOSPHORUS YIELD, GRAIN NITROGEN AND PHOSPHORUS CONCENTRATION AND ASSOCIATED TRAITS

      Annals of botany
    36. MIRALLES DJ; SLAFER GA
      YIELD, BIOMASS AND YIELD COMPONENTS IN DWARF, SEMIDWARF AND TALL ISOGENIC LINES OF SPRING WHEAT UNDER RECOMMENDED AND LATE SOWING DATES

      Plant breeding
    37. CALDERINI DF; DRECCER MF; SLAFER GA
      GENETIC-IMPROVEMENT IN WHEAT YIELD AND ASSOCIATED TRAITS - A REEXAMINATION OF PREVIOUS RESULTS AND THE LATEST TRENDS

      Plant breeding
    38. SLAFER GA; RAWSON HM
      BASE AND OPTIMUM TEMPERATURES VARY WITH GENOTYPE AND STAGE OF DEVELOPMENT IN WHEAT

      Plant, cell and environment
    39. SLAFER GA; RAWSON HM
      DEVELOPMENT IN WHEAT AS AFFECTED BY TIMING AND LENGTH OF EXPOSURE TO LONG PHOTOPERIOD

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    40. KERNICH GC; SLAFER GA; HALLORAN GM
      BARLEY DEVELOPMENT AS AFFECTED BY RATE OF CHANGE OF PHOTOPERIOD

      Journal of Agricultural Science
    41. CONE AE; SLAFER GA; HALLORAN GM
      EFFECTS OF MOISTURE STRESS ON LEAF APPEARANCE, TILLERING AND OTHER ASPECTS OF DEVELOPMENT IN TRITICUM-TAUSCHII

      Euphytica
    42. SLAFER GA; RAWSON HM
      INTRINSIC EARLINESS AND BASIC DEVELOPMENT RATE ASSESSED FOR THEIR RESPONSE TO TEMPERATURE IN WHEAT

      Euphytica
    43. SLAFER GA; RAWSON HM
      DOES TEMPERATURE AFFECT FINAL NUMBERS OF PRIMORDIA IN WHEAT

      Field crops research
    44. SLAFER GA; SAVIN R
      SOURCE-SINK RELATIONSHIPS AND GRAIN MASS AT DIFFERENT POSITIONS WITHIN THE SPIKE IN WHEAT

      Field crops research
    45. SLAFER GA; CALDERINI DF; MIRALLES DJ; DRECCER MF
      PREANTHESIS SHADING EFFECTS ON THE NUMBER OF GRAINS OF 3 BREAD WHEAT CULTIVARS OF DIFFERENT POTENTIAL NUMBER OF GRAINS

      Field crops research
    46. SLAFER GA; RAWSON HM
      SENSITIVITY OF WHEAT PHASIC DEVELOPMENT TO MAJOR ENVIRONMENTAL-FACTORS - A REEXAMINATION OF SOME ASSUMPTIONS MADE BY PHYSIOLOGISTS AND MODELERS

      Australian journal of plant physiology
    47. SLAFER GA; CONNOR DJ; HALLORAN GM
      RATE OF LEAF APPEARANCE AND FINAL NUMBER OF LEAVES IN WHEAT - EFFECTSOF DURATION AND RATE OF CHANGE OF PHOTOPERIOD

      Annals of botany
    48. SLAFER GA; HALLORAN GM; CONNOR DJ
      DEVELOPMENT RATE IN WHEAT AS AFFECTED BY DURATION AND RATE OF CHANGE OF PHOTOPERIOD

      Annals of botany
    49. SLAFER GA; SAVIN R
      POSTANTHESIS GREEN AREA DURATION IN A SEMIDWARF AND A STANDARD-HEIGHTWHEAT CULTIVAR AS AFFECTED BY SINK STRENGTH

      Australian Journal of Agricultural Research
    50. SLAFER GA; MIRALLES DJ
      FRUITING EFFICIENCY IN 3 BREAD WHEAT (TRITICUM-AESTIVUM) CULTIVARS RELEASED AT DIFFERENT ERAS - NUMBER OF GRAINS PER SPIKE AND GRAIN WEIGHT

      Journal of agronomy and crop science


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