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    1. Aulakh, MS; Wassmann, R; Bueno, C; Kreuzwieser, J; Rennenberg, H
      Characterization of root exudates at different growth stages of ten rice (Oryza sativa L.) cultivars

      PLANT BIOLOGY
    2. Manske, GGB; Ortiz-Monasterio, JI; van Ginkel, M; Gonzalez, RM; Fischer, RA; Rajaram, S; Vlek, PLG
      Importance of P uptake efficiency versus P utilization for wheat yield in acid and calcareous soils in Mexico

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF AGRONOMY
    3. Messina, FJ; Sorenson, SM
      Effectiveness of lacewing larvae in reducing Russian wheat aphid populations on susceptible and resistant wheat

      BIOLOGICAL CONTROL
    4. Charlet, LD
      Biology and seasonal abundance of parasitoids of the banded sunflower moth(Lepidoptera : Tortricidae) in sunflower

      BIOLOGICAL CONTROL
    5. Dabiri, M; Sefidkon, F
      Analysis of the essential oil from aerial parts of Perovskia atriplicifolia Benth. at different stages of plant growth

      FLAVOUR AND FRAGRANCE JOURNAL
    6. Daniells, IG; Holland, JF; Young, RR; Alston, CL; Bernardi, AL
      Relationship between yield of grain sorghum (Sorghum bicolor) and soil salinity under field conditions

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL AGRICULTURE
    7. Fernandez, MR; DePauw, RM; Clarke, JM
      Reaction of common and durum wheat cultivars to infection of kernels by Pyrenophora tritici-repentis

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PATHOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE PHYTOPATHOLOGIE
    8. Coblentz, WK; Coffey, KP; Turner, JE; Scarbrough, DA; Weyers, JS; Harrison, KF; Johnson, ZB; Daniels, LB; Rosenkrans, CF; Kellogg, DW; Hubbell, DS
      Ruminal nitrogen disappearance from sod-seeded cereal grain forages in Northern Arkansas

      ANIMAL FEED SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    9. Oettler, G; Wahle, G
      Genotypic and environmental variation of resistance to head blight in triticale inoculated with Fusarium culmorum

      PLANT BREEDING
    10. Sultana, N; Ikeda, T; Kashem, MA
      Effect of foliar spray of nutrient solutions on photosynthesis, dry matteraccumulation and yield in seawater-stressed rice

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    11. Vandecasteele, CM; Baker, S; Forstel, H; Muzinsky, M; Millan, R; Madoz-Escande, C; Tormos, J; Sauras, T; Schulte, E; Colle, C
      Interception, retention and translocation under greenhouse conditions of radiocaesium and radiostrontium from a simulated accidental source

      SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT
    12. Aulakh, MS; Wassmann, R; Bueno, C; Rennenberg, H
      Impact of root exudates of different cultivars and plant development stages of rice (Oryza sativa L.) on methane production in a paddy soil

      PLANT AND SOIL
    13. Effertz, RJ; Anderson, JA; Francl, LJ
      Restriction fragment length polymorphism mapping of resistance to two races of Pyrenophora tritici-repentis in adult and seedling wheat

      PHYTOPATHOLOGY
    14. Nault, BA; Speese, J; Kennedy, GG; Linduska, J; Dively, GP
      Response of potato tuber yield to stem injury by European corn borer (Lepidoptera : Crambidae) in the Mid-Atlantic United States

      JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY
    15. Gillett, AG; Crout, NMJ; Stokes, DT; Sylvester-Bradley, R; Scott, RK
      An approach to modelling the effect of environmental and physiological factors upon biomass accumulation in winter wheat

      JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE
    16. Hassan, AA; Karim, NN; Sarkar, AA; Ali, MH
      Effect of waterlogging on the growth and yield of summer grown sesame (Sesamum indicum)

      INDIAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
    17. Mano, Y; Takeda, K
      Genetic resources of salt tolerance at germination and the seedling stage in wheat

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF CROP SCIENCE
    18. Smith, MAH; Lamb, RJ
      Factors influencing oviposition by Sitodiplosis mosellana (Diptera : Cecidomyiidae) on wheat spikes (Gramineae)

      CANADIAN ENTOMOLOGIST
    19. Lamb, RJ; Smith, MAH; Wise, IL; Clarke, P; Clarke, J
      Oviposition deterrence to Sitodiplosis mosellana (Diptera : Cecidomyiidae): a source of resistance for durum wheat (Gramineae)

      CANADIAN ENTOMOLOGIST
    20. Giunta, F; Motzo, R; Virdis, A
      Development of durum wheat and triticale cultivars as affected by thermo-photoperiodic conditions

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
    21. Stone, LR; Goodrum, DE; Jaafar, MN; Khan, AH
      Rooting front and water depletion depths in grain sorghnm and sunflower

      AGRONOMY JOURNAL
    22. Elliott, NC; Kieckhefer, RW
      Response by coccinellids to spatial variation in cereal aphid density

      POPULATION ECOLOGY
    23. Aulakh, MS; Bodenbender, J; Wassmann, R; Rennenberg, H
      Methane transport capacity of rice plants. I. Influence of methane concentration and growth stage analyzed with an automated measuring system

      NUTRIENT CYCLING IN AGROECOSYSTEMS
    24. Aulakh, MS; Bodenbender, J; Wassmann, R; Rennenberg, H
      Methane transport capacity of rice plants. II. Variations among different rice cultivars and relationship with morphological characteristics

      NUTRIENT CYCLING IN AGROECOSYSTEMS
    25. Rinne, M; Nykanen, A
      Timing of primary growth harvest affects the yield and nutritive value of timothy-red clover mixtures

      AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD SCIENCE IN FINLAND
    26. van Leur, JAG; Bailey, KL
      The occurrence of barley root diseases in different agri-ecological zones of Syria

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PATHOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE PHYTOPATHOLOGIE
    27. Sonego, M; Moot, DJ; Jamieson, PD; Martin, RJ; Scott, WR
      Apical development in oats predicted by leaf stage

      FIELD CROPS RESEARCH
    28. 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
    29. Fournier, C; Andrieu, B
      Dynamics of the elongation of internodes in maize (Zea mays L.): Analysis of phases of elongation and their relationships to phytomer development

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    30. Faddy, MJ
      Follicle dynamics during ovarian ageing

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    31. Mentewab, A; Rezanoor, HN; Gosman, N; Worland, AJ; Nicholson, P
      Chromosomal location of Fusarium head blight resistance genes and analysisof the relationship between resistance to head blight and brown foot rot

      PLANT BREEDING
    32. Barberi, P; Silvestri, N; Peruzzi, A; Raffaelli, M
      Finger-harrowing of durum wheat under different tillage systems

      BIOLOGICAL AGRICULTURE & HORTICULTURE
    33. Ma, ZP; Steffenson, BJ; Prom, LK; Lapitan, NLV
      Mapping of quantitative trait loci for Fusarium head blight resistance in barley

      PHYTOPATHOLOGY
    34. Mikhailov, LA; Prigorovskaya, TI
      Yellow leaf spot of wheat - Pyrenophora tritici-repentis

      MIKOLOGIYA I FITOPATOLOGIYA
    35. Steyer, JS
      Ontogeny and phylogeny in temnospondyls: a new method of analysis

      ZOOLOGICAL JOURNAL OF THE LINNEAN SOCIETY
    36. Kandel, HJ; Johnson, BL; Schneiter, AA
      Hard red spring wheat response following the intercropping of legumes intosunflower

      CROP SCIENCE
    37. Counce, PA; Keisling, TC; Mitchell, AJ
      A uniform, objective, and adaptive system for expressing rice development

      CROP SCIENCE
    38. Shanahan, J; Schatz, B; Baltensperger, D; Sooby, J; Kachman, S
      Use of shoot reduction treatments as a means of simulating hail injury to proso millet

      COMMUNICATIONS IN SOIL SCIENCE AND PLANT ANALYSIS
    39. Whaley, JM; Sparkes, DL; Foulkes, MJ; Spink, JH; Semere, T; Scott, RK
      The physiological response of winter wheat to reductions in plant density

      ANNALS OF APPLIED BIOLOGY
    40. Valente, ME; Borreani, G; Peiretti, PG; Tabacco, E
      Codified morphological stage for predicting digestibility of Italian ryegrass during the spring cycle

      AGRONOMY JOURNAL
    41. Honek, A; Martinkova, Z
      Host-plant mediated influences on population development of Sitobion avenae (Sternorrhyncha : Aphididae)

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF ENTOMOLOGY
    42. De Costa, WAJM; Shanmugathasan, KN
      Effects of irrigation at different growth stages and source-sink manipulations on yield and yield components of mung bean, Vigna radiata (L.) Wilczek, in dry and intermediate zones of Sri Lanka

      JOURNAL OF AGRONOMY AND CROP SCIENCE-ZEITSCHRIFT FUR ACKER UND PFLANZENBAU
    43. Ibrahim, YM
      Comparative analysis of forage sorghum for best cutting time

      ANNALS OF ARID ZONE
    44. Feller, C; Fink, M
      Estimation of nitrogen uptake of field vegetables

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON ECOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF VEGETABLE FERTILISATION IN INTEGRATED CROP PRODUCTION IN THE FIELD
    45. Ming, LC; Ueda, ET; Churata-Masca, MGC
      Biomass production and essential oil yield in Ageratum conyzoides L. - Asteraceae in different stages of development

      WOCMAP-2: SECOND WORLD CONGRESS ON MEDICINAL AND AROMATIC PLANTS FOR HUMANWELFARE, PROCEEDINGS
    46. De Costa, WAJM; Shanmugathasan, KN; Joseph, KDSM
      Physiology of yield determination of mung bean (Vigna radiata (L.) Wilczek) under various irrigation regimes in the dry and intermediate zones of SriLanka

      FIELD CROPS RESEARCH
    47. Zhang, H; Wang, X; You, M; Liu, C
      Water-yield relations and water-use efficiency of winter wheat in the North China Plain

      IRRIGATION SCIENCE
    48. Maksymiec, W; Baszynski, T
      Are calcium ions and calcium channels involved in the mechanisms of Cu2+ toxicity in bean plants? The influence of leaf age

      PHOTOSYNTHETICA
    49. Grunhage, L; Jager, HJ; Haenel, HD; Lopmeier, FJ; Hanewald, K
      The European critical levels for ozone: improving their usage

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    50. Wilson, JP; Gates, RN
      Disease resistance and biomass stability of forage pearl millet hybrids with partial rust resistance

      PLANT DISEASE
    51. Fetch, TG; Steffenson, BJ
      Rating scales for assessing infection responses of barley infected with Cochliobolus sativus

      PLANT DISEASE
    52. Evans, CK; Hunger, RM; Siegerist, WC
      Comparison of greenhouse and field testing to identify wheat resistant to tan spot

      PLANT DISEASE
    53. Tan, LP; He, J; Lee, SK
      Physiological responses of certain ornamental plants to sludge and artificial topsoils derived from flyash, sludge, and rengam series subsoil

      JOURNAL OF PLANT NUTRITION
    54. Lind, V
      Variation of resistance to Pseudocercosporella herpotrichoides (Fron) Deighton in wheat genotypes carrying the gene Pch-1

      PLANT BREEDING
    55. Fernandez, MR; McConkey, BG; Zentner, RP
      Effects of tillage method and fallow frequency on leaf spotting diseases of spring wheat in the semiarid Canadian prairies

      SOIL & TILLAGE RESEARCH
    56. Sultana, N; Ikeda, T; Itoh, R
      Effect of NaCl salinity on photosynthesis and dry matter accumulation in developing rice grains

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    57. Abayomi, YA; Wright, D
      Effects of water stress on growth and yield of spring wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivars

      TROPICAL AGRICULTURE
    58. Wivstad, M
      Nitrogen mineralization and crop uptake of N from decomposing N-15 labelled red clover and yellow sweetclover plant fractions of different age

      PLANT AND SOIL
    59. Maksymiec, W; Baszynski, T
      The role of Ca2+ ions in modulating changes induced in bean plants by an excess of Cu2+ ions. Chlorophyll fluorescence measurements

      PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    60. Bollons, HM; Barraclough, PB
      Assessing the phosphorus status of winter wheat crops: inorganic orthophosphate in whole shoots

      JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE
    61. Gillett, AG; Crout, NMJ; Stokes, DT; Sylvester-Bradley, R; Scott, RK
      Simple winter wheat green area index model under UK conditions

      JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE
    62. Poggi, V; Pifferi, PG; Bordoni, A; Biagi, P
      Plant derived foods supplied with selenium: The potato

      INDUSTRIE ALIMENTARI
    63. Calumpong, HP; Maypa, AP; Magbanua, M
      Population and alginate yield and quality assessment of four Sargassum species in Negros Island, central Philippines

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    64. ASHRAF M; SHARIF R
      DOES SALT TOLERANCE VARY IN A POTENTIAL OILSEED CROP BRASSICA-CARINATA AT DIFFERENT GROWTH-STAGES

      Journal of agronomy and crop science
    65. KOSTANDI SF; SOLIMAN MF
      WATER-STRESS AND N-FERTILIZATION EFFECTS ON YIELD AND SMUT DISEASE INCIDENCE IN CORN (ZEA-MAYS L.)

      Journal of agronomy and crop science
    66. JOSHI NL; MALI PC; SAXENA A
      EFFECT OF NITROGEN AND SULFUR APPLICATION ON YIELD AND FATTY-ACID COMPOSITION OF MUSTARD (BRASSICA-JUNCEA L.) OIL

      Journal of agronomy and crop science
    67. KAHN DM; COLE RW; MICHELS SF; WHITMORE WH
      DEVELOPMENT OF LIFE-STAGE-SPECIFIC INDEXES OF RELATIVE ABUNDANCE AND STOCK-RECRUITMENT RELATIONSHIPS FOR THE DELAWARE BAY BLUE-CRAB STOCK

      Journal of shellfish research
    68. FERNANDEZ MR; CLARKE JM; DEPAUW RM
      EFFECT OF ENVIRONMENTAL VARIABLES ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF KERNEL DISCOLORATION BY PYRENOPHORA-TRITICI-REPENTIS IN DURUM-WHEAT

      Canadian journal of plant pathology
    69. NEWTON AC; THOMAS WTB; GUY DC; GAUNT RE
      THE INTERACTION OF FERTILIZER TREATMENT WITH TOLERANCE TO POWDERY MILDEW IN SPRING BARLEY

      Field crops research
    70. BAIG MJ; SWAIN P; MURTY KS
      THE PHOTOSYNTHETIC EFFICIENCY OF SOME ELITE RICE HYBRIDS AND RESTORERS

      Photosynthetica
    71. Suratno, W; Murdiyarso, D; Suratmo, FG; Anas, I; Saeni, MS; Rambe, A
      Nitrous oxide flux from irrigated rice fields in West Java

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    72. Krupa, Z; Moniak, M
      The stage of leaf maturity implicates the response of the photosynthetic apparatus to cadmium toxicity

      PLANT SCIENCE
    73. SHAW BP; ROUT NP
      AGE-DEPENDENT RESPONSES OF PHASEOLUS-AUREUS ROXB TO INORGANIC SALTS OF MERCURY AND CADMIUM

      Acta Physiologiae Plantarum
    74. ROYO C; SERRA J; PUIGDOMENECH A; ARAGAY M
      YIELD AND QUALITY OF TRITICALE CV TRUJILLO AND BARLEY CV FLIKA GROWN FOR DIFFERENT END-USES IN A MEDITERRANEAN ENVIRONMENT

      Cereal Research Communications
    75. HOPKINS RJ; EKBOM B; HENKOW L
      GLUCOSINOLATE CONTENT AND SUSCEPTIBILITY FOR INSECT ATTACK OF 3 POPULATIONS OF SINAPIS-ALBA

      Journal of chemical ecology
    76. ARCHER TL; JOHNSON GD; PEAIRS FB; PIKE KS; KROENING MK
      EFFECT OF PLANT PHENOLOGY AND CLIMATE ON RUSSIAN WHEAT APHID (HOMOPTERA, APHIDIDAE) DAMAGE TO WINTER-WHEAT

      Environmental entomology
    77. ARCHER TL; PEAIRS FB; PIKE KS; JOHNSON GD; KROENING M
      ECONOMIC INJURY LEVELS FOR THE RUSSIAN WHEAT APHID (HOMOPTERA, APHIDIDAE) ON WINTER-WHEAT IN SEVERAL CLIMATE ZONES

      Journal of economic entomology
    78. NAULT BA; KENNEDY GG
      LIMITATIONS OF USING REGRESSION AND MEAN SEPARATION ANALYSES FOR DESCRIBING THE RESPONSE OF CROP YIELD TO DEFOLIATION - A CASE-STUDY OF THECOLORADO POTATO BEETLE (COLEOPTERA, CHRYSOMELIDAE) ON POTATO

      Journal of economic entomology
    79. JENKYN JF; GUTTERIDGE RJ; TODD AD
      A COMPARISON OF MANAGEMENT REGIMES FOR ONE-YEAR ROTATIONAL SET-ASIDE WITHIN A SEQUENCE OF WINTER-WHEAT CROPS, AND OF GROWING WHEAT WITHOUT INTERRUPTION - 3 - EFFECTS ON DISEASES

      Journal of Agricultural Science
    80. KRISHNAN P; SWAIN P; NAYAK SK
      EFFECT OF NITROGEN LEVELS ON PATTERN OF INCREMENTAL BIOMASS PARTITIONING IN RICE (ORYZA-SATIVA) AT DIFFERENT GROWTH-STAGES

      Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences
    81. Krishnan, P; Nayak, SK
      Development rate and growth duration of rice (Oryza sativa) in response todelayed transplanting

      INDIAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
    82. FERNANDEZ MR; ZENTNER RP; MCCONKEY BG; CAMPBELL CA
      EFFECTS OF CROP ROTATIONS AND FERTILIZER MANAGEMENT ON LEAF SPOTTING DISEASES OF SPRING WHEAT IN SOUTHWESTERN SASKATCHEWAN

      Canadian Journal of Plant Science
    83. BOEVE PJ; WEISS M
      SPATIAL-DISTRIBUTION AND SAMPLING PLANS WITH FIXED LEVELS OF PRECISION FOR CEREAL APHIDS (HOMOPTERA, APHIDIDAE) INFESTING SPRING WHEAT

      Canadian Entomologist
    84. HARRELL DM; WILHELM WW; MCMASTER GS
      SCALES-2 - COMPUTER-PROGRAM TO CONVERT AMONG DEVELOPMENTAL STAGE SCALES FOR CORN AND SMALL GRAINS

      Agronomy journal
    85. SKIRVIN DJ; PERRY JN; HARRINGTON R
      THE EFFECT OF CLIMATE-CHANGE ON AN APHID-COCCINELLID INTERACTION

      Global change biology
    86. NICOL D; ARMSTRONG KF; WRATTEN SD; CAMERON CM; FRAMPTON C; FENTON B
      GENETIC-VARIATION IN AN INTRODUCED APHID PEST (METOPOLOPHIUM-DIRHODUM) IN NEW-ZEALAND AND RELATION TO INDIVIDUALS FROM EUROPE

      Molecular ecology
    87. ASHRAF M; KHANUM A
      RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ION ACCUMULATION AND GROWTH IN 2 SPRING WHEAT LINES DIFFERING IN SALT TOLERANCE AT DIFFERENT GROWTH-STAGES

      Journal of agronomy and crop science
    88. SUNDERMAN HD; SWEENEY DW; LAWLESS JR
      IRRIGATED SUNFLOWER RESPONSE TO PLANTING DATE IN THE CENTRAL HIGH-PLAINS

      Journal of production agriculture
    89. CHAO JF; HSIAO AI; QUICK WA
      TILLERS DO NOT INFLUENCE PHYTOTOXICITY OF IMAZAMETHABENZ IN WILD OAT (AVENA-FATUA)

      Journal of plant growth regulation
    90. MANO Y; TAKEDA K
      DIALLEL ANALYSIS OF SALT TOLERANCE AT GERMINATION AND THE SEEDLING STAGE IN BARLEY (HORDEUM-VULGARE L.)

      Ikushugaku Zasshi
    91. WAHID A; RAO AUR; RASUL E
      IDENTIFICATION OF SALT TOLERANCE TRAITS IN SUGARCANE LINES

      Field crops research
    92. FARAH SM; SALIH AA; TAHA AM; ALI ZI; ALI IA
      GRAIN-SORGHUM RESPONSE TO SUPPLEMENTARY IRRIGATIONS UNDER POST-RAINY SEASON CONDITIONS

      Agricultural water management
    93. MAKSYMIEC W
      EFFECT OF COPPER ON CELLULAR PROCESSES IN HIGHER-PLANTS

      Photosynthetica
    94. VARDAKA E; COOK CM; LANARAS T
      INTERELEMENTAL RELATIONSHIPS IN THE SOIL AND PLANT-TISSUE AND PHOTOSYNTHESIS OF FIELD-CULTIVATED WHEAT GROWING IN NATURALLY ENRICHED COPPERSOILS

      Journal of plant nutrition
    95. SKORZYNSKAPOLIT E; BASZYNSKI T
      DIFFERENCES IN SENSITIVITY OF THE PHOTOSYNTHETIC APPARATUS IN CD-STRESSED RUNNER BEAN-PLANTS IN RELATION TO THEIR AGE

      PLANT SCIENCE
    96. HOLST N; RUGGLE P
      A PHYSIOLOGICALLY-BASED MODEL OF PEST-NATURAL ENEMY INTERACTIONS

      Experimental & applied acarology
    97. ASHRAF M; OLEARY JW
      ION DISTRIBUTION IN LEAVES OF SALT-TOLERANT AND SALT-SENSITIVE LINES OF SPRING WHEAT UNDER SALT STRESS

      Acta botanica neerlandica
    98. NICHOLSON P; REZANOOR HN; SIMPSON DR; JOYCE D
      DIFFERENTIATION AND QUANTIFICATION OF THE CEREAL EYESPOT FUNGI TAPESIA-YALLUNDAE AND TAPESIA-ACUFORMIS USING A PCR ASSAY

      Plant Pathology
    99. NI XZ; QUISENBERRY SS
      DISTRIBUTION OF RUSSIAN WHEAT APHID (HOMOPTERA, APHIDIDAE) SALIVARY SHEATHS IN RESISTANT AND SUSCEPTIBLE WHEAT LEAVES

      Journal of economic entomology
    100. WEIGHTMAN RM; KIRBY EJM; SYLVESTERBRADLEY R; SCOTT RK; CLARE RW; GILLETT A
      PREDICTION OF LEAF AND INTERNODE DEVELOPMENT IN WHEAT

      Journal of Agricultural Science


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