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    • Changes of starch composition by postflowering environmental conditions in kernels of maize hybrids with different endosperm hardness 

      Martinez, Roberto Dionisio; Cirilo, Alfredo Gabriel; Cerrudo, Ani­bal Alejandro; Andrade, Fernando Héctor; Reinoso, Luis; Valentinuz, Oscar Rodolfo; Balbi, C.N.; Izquierdo, Natalia Gabriela (2017-05)
      Starch composition of maize grains is of great importance when used in animal feed and many processing industries. Maize production involves hybrids with different kernel composition and hardness, sown at areas that range ...
    • Composition and thermal properties of starch in flint maize (Zea mays, L.) kernels: location and crop management effects 

      Actis, Marcos; Farroni, Abel Eduardo; Andrade, Fernando Hector; Valentinuz, Oscar Rodolfo; Cirilo, Alfredo Gabriel (Gerencia de Comunicación e Imagen Institucional, DG-SICyP, INTA, 2020-04)
      Flint maize kernels are processed by the dry-milling industry to produce the flaking grits used thereafter in the corn flakes industry. Flaking-grit yield during milling depends on kernel hardness whereas corn flakes ...
    • Crop intensification with sustainable practices did not increase N2O emissions 

      Casanave Ponti, Sheila Mailén; Videla, Cecilia; Monterubbianesi, María Gloria; Andrade, Fernando Hector; Rizzalli, Roberto Héctor (Elsevier, 2020-04-15)
      Nitrous oxide (N2O) is the most important greenhouse gas produced by agricultural soils and is a byproduct of microbial nitrification and denitrification processes. The N2O emission rates depend on soil, climatic ...
    • Crop management affects dry-milling quality of flint maize kernels 

      Cirilo, Alfredo Gabriel; Actis, Marcos; Andrade, Fernando Hector; Valentinuz, Oscar Rodolfo (Elsevier, 2011-05)
      Dry-milling performance of maize (Zea mays, L.) kernels primarily depends on their hardness. The flint type is harder than the dent and semi-dent maize, yielding a higher proportion of big endosperm pieces in the mill. ...
    • Los desafíos de la agricultura argentina : satisfacer las futuras demandas y reducir el impacto ambiental 

      Andrade, Fernando Hector; Taboada, Miguel Angel; Lema, Rolando Daniel; Maceira, Nestor Oscar; Echeverria, Hernan Eduardo; Posse Beaulieu, Gabriela; Prieto Garra, Daniel; Sanchez, Enrique Eduardo; Ducasse, Daniel Adrian; Bogliani, Mario Pedro; Gamundi, Juan Carlos; Frana, Jorge; Trumper, Eduardo Victor; Fava, Fernando Daniel; Perotti, Evangelina; Mastrangelo, Matías Enrique (Ediciones INTA, 2017)
      Este libro se focaliza en generar conciencia acerca de la necesidad de romper la asociación entre producción y degradación ambiental, planificando los agroecosistemas de manera tal de satisfacer las futuras demandas de ...
    • Determinación del rendimiento de un híbrido de maíz antiguo y dos modernos en condiciones de agua contrastante en el suelo 

      Nagore, María Luján (Facultad de Ciencias Agrarias, Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata, 2018-12)
      La baja disponibilidad de agua es una de las principales limitantes a la producción del cultivo de maíz (Zea Mays L.) en secano en el mundo. Se conoce que el rendimiento de maíz se incrementó en las últimas décadas así ...
    • Discriminating post-silking environmental effects on starch composition in maize kernels 

      Martínez, Roberto D.; Cirilo, Alfredo Gabriel; Cerrudo, Aníbal Alejandro; Andrade, Fernando Hector; Izquierdo, Natalia Gabriela (Elsevier, 2019-05)
      Maize (Zea mays L.) endosperms with high amylose proportion are harder and denser than endosperms with low amylose. Environmental conditions could affect amylose/starch ratio. The purpose of this work was to prove the ...
    • Does the photo-thermal environment limit post-flowering maize growth? 

      Bonelli, Lucas Emmanuel; Cerrudo, Aníbal Alejandro; Olmedo Pico, Belen; Di Matteo, Javier. A; Monzon, Juan Pablo; Rizzalli, Roberto Héctor; Andrade, Fernando Hector (Elsevier, 2020-07-01)
      After canopy closure and in the absence of limitations by water or nutrient availability, crop growth rate (CGR) of maize (Zea mays L.) is ultimately constrained by the daily incident radiation and temperature of the ...
    • Efecto de variaciones en la temperatura durante el llenado de granos sobre la relación amilosa/almidón y la dureza endospermática de granos de maíz 

      Martínez, Roberto Dionisio; Cerrudo, Aní­bal Alejandro; Cirilo, Alfredo Gabriel; Izquierdo, Natalia Gabriela; Andrade, Fernando Hector (2017-09)
      La dureza endospermática de granos de maíz depende de la concentración proteica, pero la composición del almidón podría afectarla también. Se ha reportado que endospermas con alta proporción de amilosa relativa al almidón ...
    • Environment, Management, and Genetic Contributions to Maize Kernel Hardness and Grain Yield 

      Cerrudo, Aní­bal Alejandro; Martinez, Dionisio Roberto; Izquierdo, Natalia Gabriela; Cirilo, Alfredo Gabriel; Laserna, Paula; Reinoso, Lucio; Valentinuz, Oscar Rodolfo; Balbi, Celsa; Andrade, Fernando Hector (2017-09)
      Dry milling performance of maize (Zea mays L.) is directly related to kernel hardness. This study assessed the contribution of maize hybrid and crop growing condition on kernel hardness and grain yield. Three hybrids that ...
    • Improving resource productivity at a crop sequence level 

      Caviglia, Octavio; Rizzalli, Roberto H.; Monzon, Juan Pablo; Garcia, Fernando; Melchiori, Ricardo Jose; Martinez, Juan José; Cerrudo, Aníbal Alejandro; Irigoyen, Andrea Inés; Barbieri, Pablo; Van Opstal, Natalia Veronica; Andrade, Fernando Hector (Elsevier, 2019-04)
      The challenge to increase agricultural production with a minimum environmental impact requires to reach the maximum efficiency in the capture and use of resources such as photosynthetically active radiation (PAR), water, ...
    • Incidencia del ambiente y el tipo de híbrido en la composición y la dureza del grano de maíz. 

      Cerrudo, Aníbal Alejandro (Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata, Facultad de Ciencias Agrarias, 2018-06)
      En esta tesis se presenta y discute evidencia acerca de cómo el ambiente en que se desarrolla el cultivo y el tipo de híbrido empleado se relacionan con la dureza del grano de maíz (indicada por la relación de molienda) ...
    • Los desafíos de la agricultura 

      Andrade, Fernando Hector (International Plant Nutrition Institute, 2016-04)
      Este libro es una ampliación de uno anterior denominado "La tecnología y la producción agrícola, el pasado y los actuales desafíos". Toma del mismo los temas relacionados con las innovaciones del pasado y los escenarios ...
    • Maize grain yield components and source-sink relationship as affected by the delay in sowing date 

      Bonelli, Lucas Emmanuel; Monzon, Juan Pablo; Cerrudo, Aníbal Alejandro; Rizzalli, Roberto H.; Andrade, Fernando Hector (Elsevier, 2016-11)
      Delaying maize (Zea mays L.) sowing date can diminish grain yields through reductions in the number, size and activity of growing grains (sink strength) and/or reductions in the assimilate supply (source capacity) to grains ...
    • Maize–soybean intensification alternatives for the Pampas 

      Monzón, Juan Pablo; Mercau, Jorge Luis; Andrade, José Francisco; Caviglia, Octavio; Cerrudo, Aníbal Alejandro; Cirilo, Alfredo Gabriel; Vega, Claudia Rosa Cecilia; Andrade, Fernando Hector; Calviño, P.A. (2014-06)
      Cultivating multiple crops as a land use alternative could increase system productivity and sustainability, providing options to soybean monoculture for the Argentinean Pampas. This study evaluates the performance of ...
    • Modelling long-term effects of cropping intensification reveals increased water and radiation productivity in the South-eastern Pampas 

      Caviglia, Octavio; Sadras, Victor Oscar; Andrade, Fernando Hector (Elsevier, 2013-08)
      Wheat/soybean double crop provides a reliable platform for cropping intensification in many subtropical and temperate areas, even in those with a short growing season as the South-eastern Pampas of Argentina. However, the ...
    • N and S concentration and stoichiometry in soybean during vegetative growth: Dynamics of indices for diagnosing the S status 

      Divito, Guillermo Adrián; Echeverria, Hernan Eduardo; Andrade, Fernando Hector; Sadras, Victor Oscar (Elsevier, 2016-11)
      Information regarding the pattern of sulphur (S) accumulation in shoots is scarce for field crops and few comprehensive analysis were performed on N:S stoichiometry. Particularly, the need to study the patterns of uptake, ...
    • Physiological responses and post-stress recovery in field-grown maize exposed to high temperatures at flowering 

      Neiff, Nicolás; Ploschuk, Edmundo L.; Valentinuz, Oscar Rodolfo; Andrade, Fernando Hector (Southern Cross Publishing, 2019-12)
      Heat stress affects physiological traits and biomass production in major crops, including maize. We researched the responses of maximum efficiency of photosystem II (Fv/Fm), relative cell injury (RCI), stomatal conductance ...
    • Potential for crop production increase in Argentina through closure of existing yield gaps 

      Aramburu Merlos, Fernando; Monzon, Juan Pablo; Mercau, Jorge Luis; Taboada, Miguel Angel; Andrade, Fernando Hector; Hall, Antonio Juan; Jobbagy Gampel, Esteban Gabriel; Cassman, Kenneth G.; Grassini, Patricio (Elsevier, 2015-12)
      Favorable climate and soils for rainfed crop production, together with a relatively low population density, results in 70–90% of Argentina grain production being exported. No assessment to date has tried to estimate the ...
    • Predicting maize phenology: intercomparison of functions for developmental response to temperature 

      Kumudini, S.; Andrade, Fernando Hector; Boote, K.J.; Brown, G.A.; Dzotsi, K.A.; Edmeades, G.O.; Gocken, T.; Goodwin, M.; Halter, A.L.; Hammer, G.L.; Hatfield, J.L.; Jones, J.W.; Kemanian, A.R.; Kim, Sung Hyun; Kiniry, J.; Lizaso, J.I.; Nendel, C.; Nielsen, R.L.; Parent, B.; Stӧckle, C.O.; Tardieu, F.; Thomison, P.R.; Timlin, D.J.; Vyn, T.J.; Wallach, D.; Yang, H.S.; Tollenaar, Matthijs (American Society of Agronomy, 2014-12)
      Accurate prediction of phenological development in maize (Zea mays L.) is fundamental to determining crop adaptation and yield potential. A number of thermal functions are used in crop models, but their relative precision ...