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    1. Monaco, TA; Briske, DD
      Contrasting shade avoidance responses in two perennial grasses: a field investigation in simulated sparse and dense canopies

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    2. Oudejans, AMC; Nijssen, A; Huls, JS; Rozema, J
      The reduction of aboveground Calamagrostis epigeios mass and tiller numberby enhanced UV-B in a dune-grassland ecosystem

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    3. van Oosterom, EJ; Carberry, PS; O'Leary, GJ
      Simulating growth, development, and yield of tillering pearl millet I. Leaf area profiles on main shoots and tillers

      FIELD CROPS RESEARCH
    4. Wachendorf, M; Collins, RP; Elgersma, A; Fothergill, M; Frankow-Lindberg, BE; Ghesquiere, A; Guckert, A; Guinchard, MP; Helgadottir, A; Luscher, A; Nolan, T; Nykanen-Kurki, P; Nosberger, J; Parente, G; Puzio, S; Rhodes, I; Robin, C; Ryan, A; Staheli, B; Stoffel, S; Taube, F; Connolly, J
      Overwintering and growing season dynamics of Trifolium repens L. in mixture with Lolium perenne L.: A model approach to plant-environment interactions

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    5. Martin, DW; Chambers, JC
      Effects of water table, clipping, and species interactions on Carex nebrascensis and Poa pratensis in riparian meadows

      WETLANDS
    6. Grieve, CM; Francois, LE; Poss, JA
      Effect of salt stress during early seedling growth on phenology and yield of spring wheat

      CEREAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    7. Pandey, N; Verma, AK; Tripathi, RS
      Effect of planting time and nitrogen on tillering pattern, dry-matter accumulation and grain yield of hybrid rice (Oryza sativa)

      INDIAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
    8. Suter, D; Nosberger, J; Luscher, A
      Response of perennial ryegrass to free-air CO2 enrichment (FACE) is related to the dynamics of sward structure during regrowth

      CROP SCIENCE
    9. Lafarge, M
      Phenotypes and the onset of competition in spring barley stands of one genotype: daylength and density effects on tillering

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF AGRONOMY
    10. Singh, VP; Prasad, UK
      Effect of zinc on cane population and yield of sugarcane (Saccharum officinarum) in calcareous soils

      INDIAN JOURNAL OF AGRONOMY
    11. Ballare, CL; Casal, JJ
      Light signals perceived by crop and weed plants

      FIELD CROPS RESEARCH
    12. Miralles, DJ; Richards, RA
      Responses of leaf and tiller emergence and primordium initiation in wheat and barley to interchanged photoperiod

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    13. Krishnan, P; Nayak, SK
      Biomass partitioning and yield components of individual tillers of rice (Oryza sativa) at different nitrogen levels

      INDIAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
    14. Thakur, R; Singh, MK; Pal, SK; Verma, UN
      Tillering pattern and productivity of wheat (Triticum aestivum) under different irrigations, seed rate and fertilizers

      INDIAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
    15. Terauchi, T; Matsuoka, M
      Ideal characteristics for the early growth of sugarcane

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF CROP SCIENCE
    16. Kamali, MRJ; Boyd, WJR
      Quantifying the growth and development of commercial barley cultivars overtwo contrasting growing seasons in Western Australia

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
    17. Jaama, E; Laur, U; Alaru, M; Kasearu, P
      Results of the investigation about influence of some growth factors on theyield formation of winter triticale.

      TRANSACTIONS OF THE ESTONIAN AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY
    18. Huber, H; Lukacs, S; Watson, MA
      Spatial structure of stoloniferous herbs: an interplay between structural blue-print, ontogeny and phenotypic plasticity

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    19. Moulia, B; Loup, C; Chartier, M; Allirand, JM; Edelin, C
      Dynamics of architectural development of isolated plants of maize (Zea mays L.), in a non-limiting environment: The branching potential of modern maize

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    20. Rodriguez, D; Andrade, FH; Goudriaan, J
      Effects of phosphorus nutrition on tiller emergence in wheat

      PLANT AND SOIL
    21. Shukla, SK; Pandey, MB
      Feasibility of inclusion of mustard (Brassica juncea) genotypes in intercropping and sequential cropping systems with sugarcane (Saccharum officinarum)

      INDIAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
    22. Goldman, KR; Mitchell, CA
      Transfer from long to short photoperiods affects production efficiency of day-neutral rice

      HORTSCIENCE
    23. Matsue, Y; Ogata, T
      Studies on the palatability of rice in northern Kyushu - The relationship between the culm and ear length of productive tillers and the palatability and physicochemical properties of rice

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF CROP SCIENCE
    24. Sasaki, R; Yamaguchi, H; Matsuba, K
      Theoretical analysis of the tillering capacity for the lower density of seedling establishment in direct seeding cultivation of rice (Oryza sativa L.)

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF CROP SCIENCE
    25. Silva, JF; Raventos, J
      Effects of end of dry season shoot removal on the growth of three savanna grasses with different phenologies

      BIOTROPICA
    26. SKALOVA H; VOSATKA M
      GROWTH-RESPONSE OF 3 FESTUCA-RUBRA CLONES TO LIGHT QUALITY AND ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZA

      Folia geobotanica
    27. JONGEN M; JONES MB
      EFFECTS OF ELEVATED CARBON-DIOXIDE ON PLANT BIOMASS PRODUCTION AND COMPETITION IN A SIMULATED NEUTRAL GRASSLAND COMMUNITY

      Annals of botany (Print)
    28. BOS HJ; NEUTEBOOM JH
      MORPHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF LEAF AND TILLER NUMBER DYNAMICS OF WHEAT (TRITICUM-AESTIVUM L.) - RESPONSES TO TEMPERATURE AND LIGHT-INTENSITY

      Annals of botany
    29. RODRIGUES O; LHAMBY JCB; DIDONET AD; MARCHESE JA; SCIPIONI C
      EFFECT OF WATER DEFICIENCY ON YIELD OF WHEAT

      Pesquisa agropecuaria brasileira (1977)
    30. Wan, CG; Sosebee, RE
      Tillering responses to red : far-red light ratio during different phenological stages in Eragrostis curvula

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    31. KISAKA H; SANO H; KAMEYA T
      CHARACTERIZATION OF TRANSGENIC RICE PLANTS THAT EXPRESS RGP1 THE GENEFOR A SMALL GTP-BINDING PROTEIN FROM RICE

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    32. KING JR; HILL MJ; WILLMS WD
      TEMPERATURE EFFECTS ON REGROWTH OF 3 ROUGH FESCUE SPECIES

      Journal of range management
    33. BELANGER G
      MORPHOGENETIC CHARACTERISTICS OF TIMOTHY GROWN WITH VARYING N NUTRITION

      Canadian Journal of Plant Science
    34. MCKENZIE FR
      INFLUENCE OF APPLIED NITROGEN ON VEGETATIVE, REPRODUCTIVE, AND AERIALTILLER DENSITIES IN LOLIUM-PERENNE L. DURING THE ESTABLISHMENT YEAR

      Australian Journal of Agricultural Research
    35. Batts, GR; Ellis, RH; Morison, JIL; Hadley, P
      Canopy development and tillering of field-grown crops of two contrasting cultivars of winter wheat (Triticum aestivum) in response to CO2 and temperature

      ANNALS OF APPLIED BIOLOGY
    36. SHAO KS; LI Z
      EFFECT OF RICE CULTIVARS AND FERTILIZER MANAGEMENT ON METHANE EMISSION IN A RICE PADDY IN BEIJING

      Nutrient cycling in agroecosystems
    37. SKALOVA H; PECHACKOVA S; SUZUKI J; HERBEN T; HARA T; HADINCOVA V; KRAHULEC F
      WITHIN POPULATION GENETIC DIFFERENTIATION IN TRAITS AFFECTING CLONAL GROWTH - FESTUCA-RUBRA IN A MOUNTAIN GRASSLAND

      Journal of evolutionary biology
    38. PELTONENSAINIO P; FORSMAN K; POUTALA T
      CROP MANAGEMENT EFFECTS ON PREANTHESIS AND POSTANTHESIS CHANGES IN LEAF-AREA INDEX AND LEAF-AREA DURATION AND THEIR CONTRIBUTION TO GRAIN-YIELD AND YIELD COMPONENTS IN SPRING CEREALS

      Journal of agronomy and crop science
    39. PELTONENSAINIO P
      LEAF-AREA DURATION OF OAT AT HIGH-LATITUDES

      Journal of agronomy and crop science
    40. PELTONENSAINIO P; PELTONEN J
      BREAKING UNICULM GROWTH HABIT OF SPRING CEREALS AT HIGH-LATITUDES BY CROP MANAGEMENT .1. LEAF-AREA INDEX AND BIOMASS ACCUMULATION

      Journal of agronomy and crop science
    41. PELTONEN J; PELTONENSAINIO P
      BREAKING UNICULM GROWTH HABIT OF SPRING CEREALS AT HIGH-LATITUDES BY CROP MANAGEMENT .2. TILLERING, GRAIN-YIELD AND YIELD COMPONENTS

      Journal of agronomy and crop science
    42. CHRISTIANSEN JL; JORGENSEN JR; JORNSGARD B; STOLEN O
      REGROWTH IN BARLEY (HORDEUM-VULGARE L) AND RYE (SECALE-CEREALE L)

      Acta agriculturae Scandinavica. Section B, Soil and plant science
    43. CHAO JF; HSIAO AI; QUICK WA
      TILLERS DO NOT INFLUENCE PHYTOTOXICITY OF IMAZAMETHABENZ IN WILD OAT (AVENA-FATUA)

      Journal of plant growth regulation
    44. FOSTER KR; LEE IJ; PHARIS RP; MORGAN PW
      EFFECTS OF RING D-MODIFIED GIBBERELLINS ON GIBBERELLIN LEVELS AND DEVELOPMENT IN SELECTED SORGHUM-BICOLOR MATURITY GENOTYPES

      Journal of plant growth regulation
    45. MIKA V; KOHOUTEK A
      VARIABILITY OF NUTRITIVE CHARACTERISTICS OF LEAVES OF GRASSES IN DEPENDENCE ON THEIR POSITION ON STEM

      Rostlinna vyroba
    46. CATON BP; FOIN TC; HILL JE
      MECHANISMS OF COMPETITION FOR LIGHT BETWEEN RICE (ORYZA-SATIVA) AND REDSTEM (AMMANNIA SPP)

      Weed science
    47. HUBER H; STUEFER JF
      SHADE-INDUCED CHANGES IN THE BRANCHING PATTERN OF A STOLONIFEROUS HERB - FUNCTIONAL-RESPONSE OR ALLOMETRIC EFFECT

      Oecologia
    48. HOULBROOKE DJ; THOM ER; CHAPMAN R; MCLAY CDA
      A STUDY OF THE EFFECTS OF SOIL BULK-DENSITY ON ROOT AND SHOOT GROWTH OF DIFFERENT RYEGRASS LINES

      New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research
    49. TAMAKI M; YAMAMOTO Y
      EFFECTS OF SHADING AND NITROGEN-FERTILIZE R LEVELS ON THE LEAF EMERGENCE RATE AND TILLERING OF RICE PLANTS, WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE TURNING-POINT OF THE LEAF EMERGENCE RATE

      Nippon Sakumotsu Gakkai Kiji
    50. LUX A
      CLONAL PROPAGATION OF ZEA DIPLOPERENNIS

      BIOLOGIA
    51. MCKENZIE FR
      INFLUENCE OF GRAZING FREQUENCY AND INTENSITY ON TILLER APPEARANCE ANDDEATH RATES OF LOLIUM-PERENNE L UNDER SUBTROPICAL CONDITIONS

      Australian Journal of Agricultural Research
    52. OCHIAI Y
      VARIATION IN TILLERING AND GEOGRAPHICAL-DISTRIBUTION OF FOXTAIL MILLET (SETARIA-ITALICA BEAUV,P.)

      Ikushugaku Zasshi
    53. MAZAREDO AM; LAURELES EV; SETTER TL
      GROWTH AND YIELD OF MODERN DEEP-WATER RICE - COMPARISONS WITH MODERN IRRIGATED RICE

      Field crops research
    54. WARRINGA JW; KREUZER ADH
      THE EFFECT OF NEW TILLER GROWTH ON CARBOHYDRATES, NITROGEN AND SEED YIELD PER EAR IN LOLIUM-PERENNE L

      Annals of botany
    55. MOOLMAN AC; VANROOYEN N; VANROOYEN MW
      THE EFFECT OF DROUGHT STRESS ON THE MORPHOLOGY OF ANTHEPHORA-PUBESCENS NEES

      South African journal of botany
    56. TEUBER N; LAIDLAW AS
      INFLUENCE OF IRRADIANCE ON BRANCH GROWTH OF WHITE CLOVER STOLONS IN REJECTED AREAS WITHIN GRAZED SWARDS

      Grass and forage science
    57. DONALD WW; KHAN M
      CANADA THISTLE (CIRSIUM-ARVENSE) EFFECTS ON YIELD COMPONENTS OF SPRING WHEAT (TRITICUM-AESTIVUM)

      Weed science
    58. MARRIOTT CA; ZUAZUA MT
      TILLERING AND PARTITIONING OF DRY-MATTER AND NUTRIENTS IN LOLIUM-PERENNE GROWING WITH NEIGHBORS OF DIFFERENT SPECIES - EFFECTS OF NUTRIENT SUPPLY AND DEFOLIATION

      New phytologist
    59. NOYMEIR I; BRISKE DD
      FITNESS COMPONENTS OF GRAZING-INDUCED POPULATION REDUCTION IN A DOMINANT ANNUAL, TRITICUM-DICOCCOIDES (WILD WHEAT)

      Journal of Ecology
    60. SUMI A; OKA M; HAKOYAMA S; AGATA W; TAKEDA T
      ANALYSIS OF PLANT CHARACTERISTICS DETERMI NING EAR WEIGHT INCREASE DURING THE RIPENING PROCESS IN RICE (ORYZA-SATIVA L) .1. PLANT CHARACTERISTICS DETERMINING THE SINK CAPACITY OF SPIKELETS

      Nippon Sakumotsu Gakkai Kiji
    61. BELANGER G
      MORPHOGENETIC AND STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS OF FIELD-GROWN TIMOTHY CULTIVARS DIFFERING IN MATURITY

      Canadian Journal of Plant Science
    62. PELTONENSAINIO P; PELTONEN J
      FLORET SET AND ABORTION IN OAT AND WHEAT UNDER HIGH AND LOW NITROGEN REGIMES

      European journal of agronomy
    63. CHRISTIANSEN JL; JORGENSEN JR; STOLEN O
      STIMULATION OF REGROWTH IN BARLEY BY APPLICATION OF CYTOKININ

      Acta agriculturae Scandinavica. Section B, Soil and plant science
    64. DELMORAL MBG; DELMORAL LFG
      TILLER PRODUCTION AND SURVIVAL IN RELATION TO GRAIN-YIELD IN WINTER AND SPRING BARLEY

      Field crops research
    65. SHARMA RC
      TILLER MORTALITY AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO GRAIN-YIELD IN SPRING WHEAT

      Field crops research
    66. SUGIYAMA S
      THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF VEGETATIVE SHOOTS IN GENOTYPES OF TALL FESCUE (FESTUCA-ARUNDINACEA SCHREB)

      Annals of botany
    67. APHALO PJ; BALLARE CL
      ON THE IMPORTANCE OF INFORMATION-ACQUIRING SYSTEMS IN PLANT-PLANT INTERACTIONS

      Functional ecology
    68. VISHNOI RK; KOTHARI SL
      PLANT-REGENERATION FROM IMMATURE EMBRYO CULTURES OF ELEUSINE-CORACANA(L) GAERTN

      Cereal Research Communications
    69. BALL DA; KLEPPER B; RYDRYCH DJ
      COMPARATIVE ABOVEGROUND DEVELOPMENT RATES FOR SEVERAL ANNUAL GRASS WEEDS AND CEREAL-GRAINS

      Weed science
    70. HOLT JS
      PLANT-RESPONSES TO LIGHT - A POTENTIAL TOOL FOR WEED MANAGEMENT

      Weed science
    71. ZHANG J; ROMO JT
      IMPACTS OF DEFOLIATION ON TILLER PRODUCTION AND SURVIVAL IN NORTHERN WHEATGRASS

      Journal of range management
    72. CHRIST RA; KORNER C
      RESPONSES OF SHOOT AND ROOT GAS-EXCHANGE, LEAF BLADE EXPANSION AND BIOMASS PRODUCTION TO PULSES OF ELEVATED CO2 IN HYDROPONIC WHEAT

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

      Euphytica
    74. YAMAMOTO Y; KUROKAWA H; NITTA Y; YOSHIDA T
      VARIETAL DIFFERENCES OF TILLERING RESPONS E TO SHADING AND NITROGEN LEVELS IN RICE PLANT - COMPARISON BETWEEN HIGH TILLERING SEMIDWARF INDICA AND LOW TILLERING JAPONICA

      Nippon Sakumotsu Gakkai Kiji
    75. NEMOTO K; MORITA S; BABA T
      SHOOT AND ROOT DEVELOPMENT IN RICE RELATED TO THE PHYLLOCHRON

      Crop science
    76. HUCL P; BAKER RJ
      LOTIL HIGH-YIELDING SPRING WHEAT

      Canadian Journal of Plant Science
    77. JORGENSEN M; JUNTTILA O
      COMPETITION BETWEEN MEADOW FESCUE (FESTUCA-PRATENSIS HUDS) AND TIMOTHY (PHLEUM-PRATENSE L) AT 3 LEVELS OF NITROGEN-FERTILIZATION, DURING 3 GROWING SEASONS

      Journal of agronomy and crop science
    78. SKINNER RH; NELSON CJ
      EPIDERMAL-CELL DIVISION AND THE COORDINATION OF LEAF AND TILLER DEVELOPMENT

      Annals of botany
    79. GOOS RJ; JOHNSON BE; STACK RW
      PENICILLIUM-BILAJI AND PHOSPHORUS FERTILIZATION EFFECTS ON THE GROWTH, DEVELOPMENT, YIELD AND COMMON ROOT-ROT SEVERITY OF SPRING WHEAT

      Fertilizer research
    80. KHAN AU; MORTON AJ
      A COMPARATIVE-STUDY OF GROWTH STRATEGIES IN 2 VARIETIES OF ARRHENATHERUM-ELATIUS

      Vegetatio
    81. BREJDA JJ; BROWN JR; WYMAN GW; SCHUMACHER WK
      MANAGEMENT OF SWITCHGRASS FOR FORAGE AND SEED PRODUCTION

      Journal of range management
    82. SILVERTOWN J; LINES CEM; DALE MP
      SPATIAL COMPETITION BETWEEN GRASSES - RATES OF MUTUAL INVASION BETWEEN 4 SPECIES AND THE INTERACTION WITH GRAZING

      Journal of Ecology
    83. GOTO Y; SAITO M; HASEBE K; NAKAMURA S; OHE M; HOSHIKAWA K
      EFFECTS OF SHORT-PERIOD TREATMENTS AT LOW -TEMPERATURE (9-DEGREES-C) ON GROWTH OF RICE PLANTS AT THE TILLERING STAGE

      Nippon Sakumotsu Gakkai Kiji
    84. HARRISON T; ROMO JT
      REGROWTH OF SMOOTH BROMEGRASS (BROMUS-INERMIS LEYSS) FOLLOWING DEFOLIATION

      Canadian Journal of Plant Science
    85. BARON VS; DICK AC; DESTREMY EA
      RESPONSE OF FORAGE YIELD AND YIELD COMPONENTS TO PLANTING DATE AND SILAGE PASTURE MANAGEMENT IN SPRING SEEDED WINTER CEREAL SPRING OAT CROPPING SYSTEMS/

      Canadian Journal of Plant Science
    86. CULVENOR RA
      THE PERSISTENCE OF 5 CULTIVARS OF PHALARIS AFTER CUTTING DURING REPRODUCTIVE DEVELOPMENT IN SPRING

      Australian Journal of Agricultural Research
    87. CABEZA C; KIN A; LEDENT JF
      EFFECT OF WATER SHORTAGE ON MAIN SHOOT DEVELOPMENT AND TILLERING OF COMMON AND SPELT WHEAT

      Journal of agronomy and crop science
    88. CHEN YH; CHEN C; LO CC
      STUDIES ON ANATOMY AND MORPHOLOGY IN SACC HARUM-MISCANTHUS NOBILIZED HYBRIDS .1. TRANSMISSION OF TILLERING, RATOONING, ADAPTATION AND DISEASE RESISTANCE FROM MISCANTHUS SPP

      Zhonghua nongxue huibao
    89. CULVENOR RA
      EFFECT OF CUTTING DURING REPRODUCTIVE DEVELOPMENT ON THE REGROWTH ANDREGENERATIVE CAPACITY OF THE PERENNIAL GRASS, PHALARIS-AQUATICA L, INA CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENT

      Annals of botany
    90. HAI TV; HOUBEN V; MBOUTI CN; DUFEY JE
      EARLY DIAGNOSIS OF ALUMINUM TOXICITY TO R ICE CULTIVARS (ORYZA-SATIVAL)

      Agronomie
    91. THOMPSON L
      THE INFLUENCE OF THE RADIATION ENVIRONMENT AROUND THE NODE ON MORPHOGENESIS AND GROWTH OF WHITE CLOVER (TRIFOLIUM-REPENS)

      Grass and forage science
    92. MUTIKAINEN P; WALLS M; OJALA A
      EFFECTS OF SIMULATED HERBIVORY ON TILLERING AND REPRODUCTION IN AN ANNUAL RYEGRASS, LOLIUM-REMOTUM

      Oecologia
    93. HARE MD; DERUITER JM
      SEED PRODUCTION OF TALL FESCUE (FESTUCA-ARUNDINACEA SCHREB) ESTABLISHED UNDER A BARLEY (HORDEUM-VULGARE L) COVER CROP

      New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research
    94. GRIFFIN GD
      INFLUENCE OF TEMPERATURE ON THE VIRULENCE OF 2 RACES OF MELOIDOGYNE-CHITWOODI ON WHEAT AND BARLEY

      Journal of nematology
    95. SUGE H; IWAMURA H
      EFFECT OF CYTOKININ AND ANTICYTOKININ ON THE TILLERING OF BARLEY

      Nippon Sakumotsu Gakkai Kiji
    96. JEFFERSON PG
      SEEDLING GROWTH ANALYSIS OF RUSSIAN WILDRYE

      Canadian Journal of Plant Science
    97. TEICH AH; SMID A
      SEED RATES FOR SOFT WHITE WINTER-WHEAT IN SOUTHWESTERN ONTARIO

      Canadian Journal of Plant Science
    98. THOMPSON DJ; CLARK KW
      EFFECTS OF CLIPPING AND NITROGEN-FERTILIZATION ON TILLER DEVELOPMENT AND FLOWERING IN KENTUCKY BLUEGRASS

      Canadian Journal of Plant Science


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